juha_p wrote:AFAIK, the higher the samplerate is the better the construction of audio data in human hearing range can be achieved.
That is incorrect.
juha_p wrote:BTW, I've noticed that (at least in (older) Cubase SE and Reaper) there are many VST effect plug-ins which does not work correctly in high resolution projects because of these usually gets initalized for 44.1kHz when project is opened. Another minus has been that in some cases presets are somehow samplerate specific - a preset done @ 44.1kHz doesn't give same result @ 96kHz (otherwise ok but the cutoff frequency gets changed).
That is usually due to bugs in the plug-ins. For example Xhip can be rendered at 1 mHz sample rate and should sound absolutely identical to 48 kHz. When it doesn't that is either due to: 1) aliasing or 2) bugs.
Most users would never complain about these issues because they run at 44.1 kHz and never anything else. They render at exactly the same rate.
In fact this is partially the cause: without users reporting such bugs to plug-in authors, the authors have no way to identify that they exist. This is why many plug-ins are written with absolutely stupid naive coefficient calculations that don't work correctly at any rate but "happen to sound OK" at 44.1 kHz.