I've got a very fast computer operating on Windows 7. I recently purchased an Echo Audio Audiofire Pre8 professional sound recording interface. It records fine and plays back fine, but only works at 44K with Audfition CS5.5. I've got the latest drivers from Echo Audio, and have confirmed by testing with other software that the Pre8 does in fact playback and record at 96K. However, whenever I try to do the same with Audition, I get the message "playback/recording is resampling at 44K to fit your audio device". Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
http://forums.adobe.com/message/3757235#3757235 has another user with almost the identical problem!
I'm not clear from that thread, whether the poster of the question ever managed to sort it out!
A slight departure from previous behavior is that Audition no longer automatically changes the sample rate of your device. There were too many problems when switching between different applications (e.g. between Premiere Pro and Audition, or Audition and Windows Media Player, etc) and the clock setting changing on the device, and then the device "freaking out" (to put it politely).
So, if there's software that came with Echo where you can change the clock settings, you might want to set it to 96 kHz there first, and then Audition CS5.5 should just go along with 96 kHz.
I'm using an Onyx 400F. Echo made the ASIO drivers for it as well. I can change the clock settings in the Onyx Driver application, but then Audition automatically changes it back (to 44100) when I open it. The clock setting is greyed out in the audio preferences of Audition, and no matter how many times I change it to 96k on the Onyx, it switches back to 44100 in Audition. It will record in 96k, but it then resamples for playback. Very weird. I don't know what the issue os or how it could be resolved.
I think you will find that the session (sesx) is set at 44.1k and that is what Audition is following.
You could try editing your sesx file in a text editor
5th line would be something like this
<session audioChannelType="stereo" bitDepth="32" duration="0" sampleRate="44100">
Change the 44100 to 96000 and then save it
See how that goes
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