weird pitch change of recorded audio on Mixbus 2.0.7
First of all pardon me if this isn't the right place to talk about this issue
Today i've been working on two different sessions @ 48KHz and have the same issue on both of them, after some recording (3 tracks) and handling the regions "suddenly all recorded audio changes its pitch", at least what i didn't bounce before that switch, its very weird and it affects from that point on and wont change back even after restarting Ardour.
This has never happened to me before so i don't know if its a bug or some other thing related, this is my setup and how it happened, i've changed the sample rate today and i suspect that could be at some point the reason of all this.
Phenom II 955 on Asus MB
8GB Ram @ 1600MHz
RME HDSP 9652 conected via ADAT only to:
Focusrite Saffire Pro 40
OS: AVLinux 5.0.3
DAW: Mixbus 2.0.7
Jackd: jackd1 1:0.121.3avlinux-1
So, the Saffire Pro 40 is working on Standalone mode as a ADAT preamp, and it can be programmed only through Windows (if there's a way to do it on Linux please tell me), so to change the Sample Rate from 44.1KHz to 48KHz i had to do it on Windows.
So back at AVLinux 5.0.3 i switched the HDSP to 48KHz also, then in Jack the same and started it, it all works fine (today i'm recording a friend for a video track so... 48KHz it is), so in the middle of the workflow, sounds an almost imperceptible click then all audio shifts its pitch a little so it all sounds weird and out of tune, minutes later just out of curiosity i oppened a .wav file @ 44.1KHz and i actually sounds cracky and out of tune also so thats why my guess is this is a sample rate issue, but... why is this happening? all hardware is working at 48KHz and the recording is at that sample rate, can any body help?.