Editing with Elastic Time


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Editing with Elastic Time

Elastic Audio in Pro Tools refers to both Elastic Time and Elastic Pitch. Both are more fully featured than what's available in Time Compression and Expansion plug-ins like Time Shift. Although Elastic Audio has a feature set that's very large, I'll explain many of the concepts in this video, and then lead you through some exercises to experience the power of Elastic Audio. Let's take a look at Elastic Time. Elastic Time analyzes audio regions for transient events like drum hits and guitar chords and enables you to conform these events to session's tempo, a quantization grid or manually using the Edit Tools in Warp view. Let's try it out.

First, I'm going to change the Timebase from Samples to Ticks. Then I'm going to enable Elastic Audio and I'm going to choose Polyphonic as the algorithm. As soon as I choose that, Pro Tools, behind the scenes, analyzes the audio waveform for its transient events. In the drumbeat here, it's pretty easy to pick t...

Editing with Elastic Time
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Editing with Elastic Time provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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