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wwFUN
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IF you are sent .wav files and you drag them into S1, can you adjust the tempo on those, or just the wav files that originated in the daw?
FinalSaga
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Hey wwFUN

I just checked a little and found that I could IF
I right-click the file importedm there it shows 'File Tempo; not set' I double clicked that and set a tempo ie 120 for this
Now that file is set to that tempo and will react when you change the tempo or the song
Doon't know if there are easier ways, I'm sure there is

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http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/list/43296.page
Here you go.
Also checkout my entire series on my YouTube channel about audio timing.
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wwFUN
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FinalSaga wrote:Hey wwFUN

I just checked a little and found that I could IF
I right-click the file importedm there it shows 'File Tempo; not set' I double clicked that and set a tempo ie 120 for this
Now that file is set to that tempo and will react when you change the tempo or the song
Doon't know if there are easier ways, I'm sure there is

Ch33rs
Saga


Yes!
That works beautifully, and is fast enough for me.
(You can Shift-Click to do a group at once.)

Thanks.
 
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