Are Sequoia and Sampletude sound quality the same at 96kHz?

flang1954 wrote on 7/15/2010, 9:23 AM

I see the obvious differences in features but, is there a difference in sound quality between Samplitude and Sequoia? I'm particularly interested in minimal tracks of high quality 96kHz recording of acoustic music without processing. I have seen Sequoia used in this application, but not Sampletude. I wonder is this a coincidence or is there a sonic benefit to Sequoia over Samplitude as a classical recording/editing tool?


john-auvil wrote on 7/15/2010, 10:00 AM
The Record engines are the same for both the Pro Audio Series of Samplitude and Sequoia.

The main differences are the editing features. You might want to contact the North American rep...

North America Pro Support:

(775) 562-0528  - Til 4pm EST

john-auvil wrote on 7/16/2010, 10:03 AM
Yes, that is correct. Sonic quality for the Samplitude 11 Professional is identical to the Sequoia 11.

To get more details on it, send an email to Tim Dolbear, he is the North American Pro Audio specialist. If you already own any other pro audio software you can probably get into a cross grade, which is a substantial savings.