Choosing destination BPM and time-stretching in Flex mode


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Choosing destination BPM and time-stretching in Flex mode

While the last movie dealt with placing a misaligned vocal over a kick drum, I'm actually going to import the proper vocals that were sent to me that I know line up over the kick drum. I open up the Audio Bin by hitting the B key, underneath Audio File, I choose Add Audio File, and I'm going to choose this vocal which I know is at 112 beats per minute. Drag it onto the Arrange window, close the Audio Bin by hitting B again and just to double check, we will play this audio file over our kick drum.

(Music playing) And actually, let's scan up into the song a little bit further. (Music playing) I'll even go to the very end to make sure that nothing's drifted. (Music playing) Okay, so we're in excellent shape here.

We know that this vocal is actually at 112 beats per minute. It is lining up over our kick drum at 112 beats per minute, and now I will set up Flex Mode which will actually analyze the audio file and allow us to change the session's BPM on the fly. In other ...

Choosing destination BPM and time-stretching in Flex mode
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Choosing destination BPM and time-stretching in Flex mode provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing a Song in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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