New to Sonar, having problems

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2008/09/09 14:47:11 (permalink)

New to Sonar, having problems

hey everyone,
im new to sonar, got sonar 7 producer edition. ive looked everywhere and haven't found my answer, so please go easy on me. ;) after i have recorded my song, i go and export it as a wave file, which it does and everything is cool, except when i play it through WMP or a cd player, the timing of the song is a little slower, and the pitch is lower as well. it will playback within sonar just fine, it only happens when its a wav. any suggestions? thanks for the help
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    CJaysMusic
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    RE: New to Sonar, having problems 2008/09/09 14:50:19 (permalink)
    You have a sample rate mismatch. What is the projects sample rate and what is the exporting wave's sample rate??
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    RE: New to Sonar, having problems 2008/09/09 14:58:06 (permalink)
    recorded at 24-bit, 44.1, and i've tried multiple bit rates for the wav file. i dont remember honestly but ill try that when i get home today. there are 2 different wav file options in the pull down menu too, and one asks for additional encoding, like 32bit float point, or something like that.
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    RE: New to Sonar, having problems 2008/09/09 15:05:02 (permalink)
    If you recorded it at 44.1Khz, then you have no option but to choose 44.1Khz. so trying multiple rates like you said above is not good. Unless yuo record at 48khz, like i do or 96Khz, you dont need to change the sample rate.
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