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Tutorial on how to time stretch in Reason without using Recycle
Old 12th September 2011
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Tutorial on how to time stretch in Reason without using Recycle

Old 12th September 2011
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it seems that when the time stretch function is activated the sample is not in the "pocket"... close but not in the "pocket"... when the time stretch is off and the sample is at 134... take a listen... then... turn the time stretch on... and at 134 (tempo)... the sample is not in the "pocket"... when you change the tempo to 90 or 150 with the time stretch function on... close but not in the "pocket"...

that is where Ableton Live and the warp markers shine!!!!

no e-fight today!!! just an observation!!!

have a nice day!!!
Old 12th September 2011
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Originally Posted by coolbreeze View Post
it seems that when the time stretch function is activated the sample is not in the "pocket"... close but not in the "pocket"... when the time stretch is off and the sample is at 134... take a listen... then... turn the time stretch on... and at 134 (tempo)... the sample is not in the "pocket"... when you change the tempo to 90 or 150 with the time stretch function on... close but not in the "pocket"...

that is where Ableton Live and the warp markers shine!!!!

no e-fight today!!! just an observation!!!

have a nice day!!!
I think that it's just because he moved it over. In practice, it works great for me.



Just to add to this, one cool thing about stretching in Record/Reason 6 is that if you have a sample that time based, not beat based, or automation that is time based, you can use stretch really easily. Just bypass any effects, bounce the tracks, then route that track back into the effects and turn them back on. That way you can stretch your file session while preserving the mix and be able to make changes to the mix as if it wasn't stretched.

I know other programs can do that automatically but I find that to actually be a hindrance. If you feel your beat is too slow, but use your ear instead of your computer, you usually get a nicer feel. Then just stretch it when you are done with the beat. Or do the opposite if it's too fast.

I really hate the auto stretch thing in FL and this works way better.

Just showing another tip.
Old 13th September 2011
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I am glad that the function works better than the video indicated... Basically, the video showed the location of the function on the menu bar...
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