Explore different time-stretching scenarios in remixing Remixing: Time Stretching


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Exploring different time-stretching scenarios in remixing

Remixers are frequently faced with different time-stretching scenarios, some of which are easy to handle, and others which are much more challenging. Common scenarios and challenges faced by most remixers are: speeding up the vocals. For example, if I have a vocal that has an original BPM of 120, and I speed it up to 128 beats per minute. Slowing down the vocals, if I have a vocal that's at 140 beats per minute, and I slow it down to 130 beats per minute.

Leaving the vocals at their source or original tempo, in other words, if I receive a vocal that's at 132 beats per minute, and I like the way it sounds then I leave it at that tempo, and I don't need to perform a time stretch on it. Dry vocals versus wet vocals, keep in mind that the quality of the time stretch will be affected by whether or not vocals are dry or wet, meaning that dry vocals have no effects on then and wet vocals might have reverb or delay.

Dry vocals generally yield a better quality time stretch than wet ones, but ther...

Exploring different time-stretching scenarios in remixing
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Exploring different time-stretching scenarios in remixing provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing Techniques: Time Stretching

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