How to Time Stretch in Pro Tools


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Time stretching in Pro Tools

As one of the most popular DAWs on the planet, Pro Tools is an excellent platform for time stretching vocals. I've been a Pro Tools user for over 15 years now, and many of my early remixes were created in it. Let's take a look at the Elastic Audio feature within Pro Tools, and I'll show you how you can use it to time stretch a vocal. We'll begin with a blank session, and I will import my vocal, and I'm going to use the Iyeoka Simply Falling Acapella that I used in remixing a course in Logic Pro, and I'll add this to the audio bin.

It'll convert it and place it in the Audio Files folder that's attached to the Session folder. I'll choose New Track, and here we have Iyekoa_Simply_Falling_Dry_Acappella_112BPM. The first thing I need to do is make sure that my session's BPM, or tempo, matches that of the vocal that I just imported. I will go up here and change my Tempo to 112 beats per minute.

So up here we have 112 beats per minute, and it matches 112 beats per min...

Time stretching in Pro Tools
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Time stretching in Pro Tools 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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