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Is a universal tempo change possible in a large project?

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7 hours ago, musikman1 said:

not sure what you mean by "OP".

Original post or original poster. The first post in a thread, or the person who posted it. This is not Cakewalk specific. I charge extra for consulting on general internet shorthand. 🙃

At this point I think you have enough information to accomplish what you want to do. I suggest you make a safety copy of your project and try out some of the advice you've gotten. You'll find a way, and you'll learn more from doing than you will by reading. Good luck!

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On 1/2/2021 at 4:09 PM, Colin Nicholls said:

As a purist I'm astounded that anyone would consider post-mix audio stretching an acceptable solution.

It depends. Time-stretching that tries to preserve both time and pitch is fraught, although it's getting better all the time. However, "tape-type" time-stretching, which basically resamples, doesn't add artifacts in the usual sense of the word. It's no different from speeding up tape, as was done often back in the day.

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22 minutes ago, Craig Anderton said:

It depends. Time-stretching that tries to preserve both time and pitch is fraught, although it's getting better all the time. However, "tape-type" time-stretching, which basically resamples, doesn't add artifacts in the usual sense of the word. It's no different from speeding up tape, as was done often back in the day.

A worthy clarification, agreed.

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