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Elastic Audio on drums

Hi,

How can I do that, if I would like to quantize the kick track, but want all the tracks move together to prevent phase issues. If I put all the tracks in a group the problem is, that the quantize is applied to all track's warp marker. But I want only use the kick warp markers.

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Delete the other tracks warp markers in analysis view.

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And witch algorythm should I use, to prevent cymball's sound damage?
It was obvious, that for drums I use the rythmic algorythm, but that sucks.
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Should I use another algorythm for the OH s, I used on kick track?
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Should I use another algorythm for the OH s, I used on kick track?
You can't.

If you use the rhythmic algorithm for moving the kick and snare, which is correct, why would you need to use another algorithm to move the overheads, which you already said you aren't doing with elastic audio, just using the kick for a constant pulse.

It makes no difference. You aren't adding an algorithm to the overheads.
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It is very strange that every time I try to just apply Elastic Audio to just kick and snare, (maybe toms) my cymbals get absolutely destroyed :( However, just leaving all the markers there on all the tracks and quantizing the lot gives me much better results :/ Can someone maybe suggest what's going wrong?
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IMO you are better of using beat detective (or manually editing) I have never heard anything less than a noticeable drop in sound quality - especially on OH and room tracks, when using EA on drums. Something to consider anyway... EA is a great tool but I personally do not use it on anything multi-mic'd - it always sounds funny
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I think elastic audio is the wrong tool for what you need
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Elastic audio sounds like toilet on drums.... Use B.D
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Elastic audio sounds like toilet on drums.... Use B.D
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