[Ardour-Users] time stretch?

Thomas Vecchione seablaede at gmail.com
Sat Apr 25 16:36:49 PDT 2009

There is a timeFX tool, accessed by hitting 'T' or by clicking on its icon
in the toolbar, next to the object, range, etc. tools.


On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 4:34 PM, . m u r m e r . <murmer at murmerings.com>wrote:

> Noel Darlow wrote:
>  You can bounce a track onto another (Ardour) track with the
>> shuttle speed slowed down. To fit a specific bar length, you'd need to
>> calculate a percentage. This will of course stretch *and* shift pitch
>> locking you in to a specific amount of pitch change in order to get the
>> length right. I'd probably use Audacity instead (where you can time
>> stretch without changing pitch) then import the changed file back to
>> ardour.
> aha! interesting - i hadn't thought to use the shuttle. stretch *and* shift
> is exactly what i'm looking for; i don't need to fit any specific bar
> length, it's a non-instrumental recording...
> will have a play around with it, thanks!
> patrick
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