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  • Rohogay
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    Can you Flex .aif to match a tempo?
    Hi Steve, It's me,[i]Chief Talk-A-Lot[/i]. First, thank's for the nomination on the longest question award. In my last post I wanted to undo the audio tempo I had already recorded against a beat map so as to "smooth out" the ups and downs of the tempo. Ah... forget it, to much work. What's done is done on that. looking ahead on future projects I wondered, is it viable to possibly "Flex" an audio file, like an old song with a varying tempo so it will line up with a steady tempo in my project where I've already got drums and bass done? If so, what should I use as a guide to set the Flex markers, the beat markers in the above beat map grid? Victor Mason [img]http://mojaveampworks.com/scrnshts/flexaif1.jpg[/img]
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  • Rohogay
    Posts: 185
    Joined: Oct 26th, 2009, 07:08
    Re: Can you Flex .aif to match a t...
    It's working. I did have to slice the drum tracks for some reason even though they are loops. There is a bug. After you go into flex mode you will see that a track that was in Flex and then taken out of flex will have the follow tempo box checked for some reason, and that can mess up the audio so you have to manually uncheck them all.
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  • Rohogay
    Posts: 185
    Joined: Oct 26th, 2009, 07:08
    Re: Can you Flex .aif to match a t...
    I did it. It took FOREVER but I did it. Now I have to work up the cover demo for the amps but this was my first Flexed audio track in Logic 9 after watching the entire tutorial. I've watched 4 total tutorials thus far in 3 days. You rock Steve. I have learned more in three days then I have in 3 months as a new Logic user. In fact, I'm completely new to computer recording 100% so I really needed these well done tutorials. You have the best ones on the net. I took an old audio file, with a tempo that was all over the map and "Flexed" the audio track to match the tempo. I did have to put the drums into slice mode. Any reason for that? Thanks for the great tutorials. Macprovideo.com has the most Logic tutorials I've found anywhere. Victor Mason (AKA) Chief Talk-A-Lot Here's the audio file in raw form, I didn't even check the volumes before I bounced it. [url]http://www.mojaveampworks.com/5SoundClips/p45se/mmh.mp3[/url] [img]http://mojaveampworks.com/scrnshts/flexedaudio.jpg[/img]
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