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Regarding your question, there is a post in the forum where the procedure to implement this application is explained, so you can use it as reference.Please take a look to this post.
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In reply to Diego Melendez:
In reply to Miguel Carvalho:
Unfortunately the creation of custom blocks, like a separate decimation filter, is not supported in PurePath Studio. The method you describe is actually the same provided in the post I referenced before, where the filters within the miniDSP are used.
Thank you for your reply.
That is unfortunate. I was hoping to achieve a more optimal decimation filter, but thank you for your help.
Regarding the post you referred to:
I am battling to understand the Decimation step in the process flow. The setup involves setting up a AOSR = 32, therefore I would assume there is a decimation filter with a factor of 32 somewhere to achieve the 192kHz Sampling Rate ? What am I missing here? Is there any decimation happening before the miniDSP?
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