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Tempo change moves audio bytes
Old 26th February 2019
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Tempo change moves audio bytes

I changed the tempo and also disabled stretch but the soundbites moved all over the place. Why?
Old 26th February 2019
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Originally Posted by Saxplayerz View Post
I changed the tempo and also disabled stretch but the soundbites moved all over the place. Why?
Because you changed the tempo...

If you want the soundbites to stay in the same relative position when you change tempo you can lock the track.

If you want the soundbites to follow the tempo change, change the tempo, select the soundbites, and choose Adjust Soundbites to Sequence Tempo from the Audio menu.

Dave
Old 26th February 2019
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But that makes no sense with stretch disabled they shouldn't move. Then I had to manually align 48 tracks.
Old 26th February 2019
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Hello

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Originally Posted by Saxplayerz View Post
But that makes no sense with stretch disabled they shouldn't move. Then I had to manually align 48 tracks.
It make sense... in some way they don't move according to timeline index...
as already say, you don't have to manually align, just hit the lock at seq window for each track you want to stay the same whatever tempo/time change you have.

Best

Zam
Old 21st March 2019
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So if you import a session and need to set tempo how do you do it keeping alignment. Tap tempo makes everything off as well as the tempo ruler.
In other daws you just disable stretch and tap on tempo but dp doesn't do that
Old 21st March 2019
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Hello

Quote:
Originally Posted by Saxplayerz View Post
So if you import a session and need to set tempo how do you do it keeping alignment. Tap tempo makes everything off as well as the tempo ruler.
In other daws you just disable stretch and tap on tempo but dp doesn't do that
As already say by magicd and myself, hit the lock track icon...

Best
Zam
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