Timing dilema

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Timing dilema

Postby shadowfax » Sun May 18, 2014 10:31 am

Hi all, I'm working ion a "heavy" track with a rather fast riff (for me anyway) which I can play but it's a bit messy..so I opened another project and played the riff at 70 BPM instead of 80 and I can play it much better, then I used the function in C7 to speed the track to 80 BPM and saved it, but when I copy it to the working project it's playing at nowhere near 80PBM..just aint got a clue why..can anyone put me right please?

Yes I know I can spend the next week or so practicing the part and get it down but I'm more interested in getting the song done than becoming a good guitarist, I want to use the technology available to speed things up..if I have to resort to playing it for a week then ok, I will..

thank you in advance....Kevin
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Re: Timing dilema

Postby jimmys69 » Sun May 18, 2014 10:42 am

So you were able to speed up the track to 80 BPM successfully? If so, then just export the track as a wav file and import it to the other project.
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Re: Timing dilema

Postby shadowfax » Sun May 18, 2014 11:08 am

Hi and thanks for your reply but that's what I've been doing, when I put it in a new project it's not at 80BPM anymore, I know this is poss just can't figure what I'm doing wrong..cheers, Kevin
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Re: Timing dilema

Postby peakae » Sun May 18, 2014 5:32 pm

Make sure that the wav is at the right tempo in the pool. If recorded at 80 bpm it should be set at that speed.
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Re: Timing dilema

Postby shadowfax » Sun May 18, 2014 6:46 pm

Ok gotcha..thanks..Kevin
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