Before you change the global tempo of a project that contains audio, you must first make sure the audio clips are configured to follow tempo changes.After you change the tempo, you may want to bounce some or all of the tracks to new tracks with the Radius algorithms to correct any unwanted change to each track’s sound.
1. Use the File > Open command to open the desired project.
2. Use the Edit > Select > All command.
5. With all clips still selected, enable the Clip Follows Project Tempo button in the AudioSnap palette.
Note: The Clips follow project tempo command only works on clips that are configured to use musical time (the Time Base property is set to Musical in the Clip Properties Inspector).All the clips display the Auto Stretch icon , and will now conform to any new or future tempo changes.
6. In the Control Bar’s Transport module, click the Tempo value , type the desired tempo value, and press ENTER.All the tracks stretch to conform to the new tempo. Listen to the project as a whole, and also solo each track to hear how different the sound is after stretching.
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