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Warp Artifacts
Old 4 days ago
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Warp Artifacts

So I just realized what I thought was bad compression on my end was ableton warp artifacts using beats modes. After I recorded stuff I could hear mostly what sounds like high hats/shakers coming up abnormally in volume...sometimes even the tail of a kick. I thought it was part of the recording and I missed it due to tired ears or something. I had been living with this on some of my live set beats for quite some time now figuring I would have to go back and fix it.

Anyway working on another loop and I turned warp off and noticed that the sound wasnt there. Im not even adjusting the tempo at all just setting warp markers so I can cut up/loop the audio. Might have been discussed before In detail but damn all the warp modes have their issues sheesh. on ableton 9 by the way maybe its been updated in recent versions.

Anyway this problem was fixed enough for my liking by changing beats mode from Transients to Bar. On final exports probably worth going through the work to unwarp and line up all audio on the arrangment view.
Old 1 day ago
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All warp algorithms are different and work best with different kinds of material. Usually, one of the algorithms works much better than the rest. I suggest you try them all.
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