I am working on creating tracks for sync purposes (video, and streaming) and I am also would like to work on film composition in the near future (also working in Dolby Atmos)
My question is working at 96khz something done widely in the industry or should I just stick with working with 32 floating point and 48khz?
the title "Produce at 96 kHz for a higher quality 48 k output" came from the Dolby Atmos documentation here https://www.avid.com/plugins/dolby-atmos-production-suite
I have Pro Tools Ultimate running on an RME baby face pro. I have Adam a7x with Mogami cables in a decent enough treated space. I also own a pair of HD800s.