Hey folks, Had a chance to check out some 192khz audio last night. Was wondering if anyone had a chance to play around and what they thought. I had my doubts, but it is a very clear difference, literally...but, maybe a little too clear. I think it made most distortion sound buzzy, you can hear every edit and digital reverb better be top notch. Of course, the answer will be more tubes and if not real space, probably Eventide. But it's going to get tougher when everything's in high def audio. I'm not really sure it sounds "better" to me, certainly more natural, but getting full rich sounding tracks might get pretty pricey unless the new emulators keep up. I'm not planning on recording in 192khz anytime soon, but have been planning on getting more tubes in my fairly complex chain that includes both a PODxt and the much maligned/misunderstood ART Nightbass SE (the last generation SE model is signifcantly better than earlier versions and, yes, it can get noisy if you use a lot of gain, so can my POD). I'm planning on adding an Ampeg SVP-CL and an Alembic F-2B as there really is no better way to get that classic tube sound than to actually use them. The Nightbass does have 1 (dual stage, but still 1) tube, I think the F-2B only has 2, but it is a true classic and great for guitar too (based on the Fender Dual Showman). The Ampeg SVP-CL has 4, 2-12AX7's and 2-12AU7's which Ampeg says replicates the orginal circuit of the SVT, whether it does or not, that's another forum really, but was wondering if anyone else had recorded with any of these pre's, as well as any feedback on recording in 192khz. Thanks to all and catch y'all later-S.