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  1. xyzett

    Time Stretching

    Hallo, Ich habe ein paar 12 Spur Vips mit Audiomaterial geladen und möchte (notgedrungen) die bpm ändern. Ich habe zuerst den Stereo mix (Bounce) resampelt von 140 auf 144bpm. Klingt gut. Ich dachte dann es sei hochwertiger, jede Spur einzeln zu resampeln und habe im Mehrspur Vip die Bpm geändert. Samplitude hat dann alles virtuell resampelt. Nach mehreren Stereobouncings hatte ich allerdings immer unterschieliche Ergebnisse, die nie besser waren als der erste Versuch aus dem Stereomix . Welcher Weg ist der Beste?
  2. Hi. In Pro X, can I select all the tempo changes in a particular range (eg bars 50 to 60)? Can I then increase or decrease their respective speeds by a value such as 1% or 1 BPM -- in a single operation? How can I do this? Background: For simplicity, please assume that I am working in MIDI only, and I have already created a complex tempo track with hundreds of tempo changes. I do not want to modify each tempo change individually, because that would take a long time. The Kraznet videos are excellent, but I have not yet found this particular information in them. I have also not found this information in the pdf manual. I used to use Samplitude 6 years ago, and I am now considering buying Samplitude Pro X. Thanks.
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