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Old 2013-02-12, 18:12
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Warp markers.

Hello.

I would like a warp markers feature in the next Reason release.

Software would analyze the waveform and insert markers on transients (see Ableton).

User would have option of moving generated markers to align them with tempo/measure grid if necessary.

Best regards.
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Old 2013-02-14, 12:46
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Additionally, perhaps let us use these warp markers to slice audio into our own rex files.

Maybe also allow Dr. Octo Rex to timestretch between slices too.
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Old 2013-02-14, 13:50
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+1 for me

also Recycle as a RE, that can slice audio tracks hilighted within the sequencer, and then be able to send those hilighted slices to Dr Octorex. You could then dump the newly rexed loop back in to the seqeuncer and use warp makers on each slice.
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Old 2013-02-18, 10:45
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I thought this was unnecessary at first when I started playing with reason 6,
but it really must be included or atleast, reason should find a better way of moving and stretching audio.

I often find myself having to double select the audio to move it, then deselect it to cut it, then double select to try move it again - and repeat tediously just try get something near to what I wanted it to sound like.

Perhaps the sequencer editor needs a revamp or something, because I'm starting to get carpel tunnel
 

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