I have recorded several guitar takes as close to the beat as I possibly can, but obviously I want them to be absolutely spot on. Absolutely perfect timing is essential because I want to use some rhythmic delay. My friend is in a band and said that he has seen someone with pro tools just click one button and the entire guitar part shifted slightly so it was perfectly in beat. I don't mind if it doesn't feel natural, timing right now is most important to me.
He may have been using a plugin or something, but either way, how do you do this? I have googled and searched all over the place but the wrong articles keep coming up and I just can't find information on it.
The BPM is 95, and here are the 5 loops I've recorded. I've left a little bit at the end of each one so it doesn't cut off straight away. These are the direct input recordings, no effects at all.
How do I warp these so they are perfectly in time?
(Or if someone has the tools necessary, would you be my hero and do it for me please? - But please also write how you did it so I can help myself in future)
Also, there is a solo, I've written 8 different solos and I'm going to mess around with them, here is 1 for an example -
Thanks a lot, any help from any of you would be massively appreciated! I'm recording into an FF400.