Ok so I am having problems with Foobar. I have a DAC that handles multiple sample rates and switches between them based on the sample rate of the source material.
In Foobar I am using WASAPI even style, and have all DSP settings turned off. The problem I am experiencing is when I play a song that has a different sample rate than what was playing previously, my DAC switches, but Foobar does not wait for it to switch and immediately starts playback as my DAC is switching. This leaves the first few seconds of the song cut off.
This happens either when
--I had previously played a bunch of songs at one sample rate and then in a new listening session put on songs with a different sample rate.
--When I have songs in a playlist with different sample rates.
I had used Audirvana on my Mac previously and it had a setting called "Sample Rate Switching Latency" that would delay playback for a few seconds after a sample rate switch in order to prevent problems just like this.
Does anyone have a solution? Because currently my only solution is to start playback to get the sample rate to switch, stop playback, and then restart playback now that the DAC has switched. Obviously this does not fix the problem of having different sample rates in one playlist.