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23rd September 2013
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Favorite method to time stretch part of a cue?

Greets

So, I have a bunch of cues with live violin players - 26 total. In one of the cues, they went off tempo a bit from the click track for a few bars. They are in sync with one another, but I need to correct the timing of these few bars by a few bpm.

Believe it or not, this is something I have never needed to do before. What is your favorite way - or the best way - to stretch just a few bars? I don't care about how time consuming it is; I am not after doing this as quickly as possible. I am trying to do this with the least amount of artifacts. What's the best way to go here, be it something in Cubase, or a 3rd party app?

Thanks in advance.
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You can approach this two different ways:

1- By utilizing the Object Selection Tool's "Sizing Applies Time Stretch" option (pages 76-77 of the Cubase 7 Operational Manual).

2- Via AudioWarp Quantizing (pages 134-142 of the Cubase 7 Operation Manual).

The first option is the easiest. But if that fails, then the second option would be the next best thing.

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Thanks for the reply.

Object Selection Tool's "Sizing Applies Time Stretch" option - that will stretch part of a track? If the track is 24 bars long - I can time stretch bars 9-12 only with this method?

AudioWarp Quantizing - will look into this later.

Cheers.

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Done - with freewarp
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Forgot about FreeWarp. That will do it!
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