Time stretching


show more Time stretching provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Skye Lewin as part of the Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools show less
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Time stretching

If you are cutting temp music, you may often want to time-stretch or time- compress a piece of music to make it meet the needs of your cue a little better. Sometimes a music may just be the perfect tone, but maybe just a hair too fast or a hair too slow to score the scene. In this example, you don't need special edit rights because with a temp track you are really just creating reference audio that will be used internally within the production to convey the type of music that you will be replacing with a new score or new licensed music later on in the process.

One example of a time where you will need edit rights to compress or expand a track is in perhaps a dance or a club scene. Now imagine you have people dancing onscreen to a specific tempo. Perhaps the song used when the scene was shot was exactly at 121 beats per minute. If the song you're cutting with is at 119 beats per minute, it's going to be just a hair too slow and it won't stay in sync with the dancing throu...

Time stretching
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Time stretching provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Skye Lewin as part of the Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
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Pro Tools
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