New Tutorial Vid: Tempo Mapping Wandering Recordings

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Post 03 Feb 2015

That is some slick programming y'all.
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Post 03 Feb 2015

eauhm wrote:This is so much more pretty a method than i've been using :P Thanks !!
hollyn wrote: Yes, for me too! Oh how much time I've spent with the razor tool, lol. Thanks, Ryan. This one's a keeper.
Hey Holly!

Just curious how you've been using the razor tool in this scenario?
:)
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Post 03 Feb 2015

I guess he uses the razor to cut for example from kick to kick and stretch that.

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Post 11 Sep 2015

selig wrote:
eauhm wrote:This is so much more pretty a method than i've been using :P Thanks !!
hollyn wrote: Yes, for me too! Oh how much time I've spent with the razor tool, lol. Thanks, Ryan. This one's a keeper.
Hey Holly!

Just curious how you've been using the razor tool in this scenario?
:)
Giles! Many apologies for not seeing this sooner --- a side effect of being a lurker without logging in.

What I meant by that comment is that I've never used timeline automation for tempo matching. It had never even occurred to me. Instead, I've relied on tap-tempo and (lots of) razor editing. :)

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