Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up your session to slow down a vocal track, part of Remixing Techniques: Time Stretching.
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During this chapter I'll be using Logic Pro on the Mac platform for the demonstration.…The menu choices and keyboard shortcuts I'll be using are for that DAW and platform only.…If you are using a different DAW or are on a different platform, obviously, you…will be using different keyboard shortcuts and menus, but the remixing concepts will be the same.…If you need a refresher on your DAW of choice, please seek out the Essential…Training title for that DAW on the online training library here at lynda.com.…Additionally, you can reference the chapter in this course where I do use your…DAW for the demonstration, and I'll show you the basic remixing tools and…techniques for that DAW and then return to this movie and go through this…chapter's concepts with the techniques appropriate to your situation in mind.…
As you can see, I've opened up blank session in Logic.…I'm going to create a few extra audio tracks in addition to the one audio track…that I chose when I opened up my session.…And I'll just duplicate here with the Track Duplicate button.…
- What is time stretching or expanding?
- Understanding how time stretching fits into the remixing process
- Working in Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, or Reason
- Calculating the tempo of the original track
- Dealing with wet vocal stems
- Importing vocals with the 10% time-stretch rule
- Comparing time-stretched vocals at faster tempos
- Putting a time-stretched vocal in context
- Setting up a session for double-timing a vocal
- Creating a 4/4 remix from a song originally in 3/4 or 6/8
- Tightening up a vocal that drifts from the click track