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52 Reason / Record Tips - Week 35: Edit Your Loops and Stretch to Tempo

posted 2010-10-24 at 20:55

The new "stretch to tempo" feature in Record 1.5 (AUDIO+MIDI) and Reason 5 (MIDI only) means that it's easier than ever to take a WAV loop off your hard drive and bring it into your session - quickly employing Record's excellent stretch algorithm along the way.

In case you're new to waveform editing and sample stretching, this week I'll show you how it's done. It's easier than you may think and the production possibilities become vast.

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Comment posted by: Laser Rot - 2011-04-21 19:37

Great video. I do have a question though. Is there an easy way to time stretch an entire song if you don't know the original bpm and without actually taking the time to count how many bars the song is?

Comment posted by: carmike - 2014-04-27 16:26

In the video you clicked on the left side under the transport how did you get the wave pattern of the audio into the sequencer mine shows up as a regular red note line I don't see audio waves.