How do I program a ritard.

I've recorded tempo changes on the master channel but it makes the audio sound odd.




Ron Pedley 5 years ago | 0 comments

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  • Eppe
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    Hi Ron!

    If you make audio slow down it's always gonna affect the way the audio sounds, so if you want a completely natural sounding ritardando you need to actually record that and not use warping at all. However, you can change warp modes to make it sound better and hopefully 'get away with it'. Click on the audio clip(s) you're slowing down so the sample editor appears. I'm assuming 'warp' is already on. Beneath the 'warp' button it probably says 'Beats' now. Click on that so the menu drops down and try different warp modes, for this purpose 'complex' or 'complex pro' will probably give you the best results.

    5 years ago | 0 comments

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