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AudioSnap (Platinum and Professional only) ► Synchronizing audio and the project tempo

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Applying an audio clip’s internal tempo map to the project’s global tempo map. Use this method if you want the project tempo to match an audio clip’s tempo and have audio beats aligned with the project’s Time Ruler.
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If you want to use the Quantize and Groove Quantize commands on audio clips, and have audio beats quantized correctly.
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Applying the project’s tempo to a clip’s tempo map.  Use this method if you want a clip to follow the project tempo.
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Click the Set Project Tempo From Clip button on the AudioSnap palette.
Note 1: The Set Project Tempo From Clip drop-down list lets you specify at which resolution the clip’s tempo map should be copied to the project tempo. The options are as follows:
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Note 2: If multiple audio clips have their Clip Timebase property set to Musical, changing the project tempo will affect the relative positions of the audio clips. When using the Set Project Tempo from Clip command, SONAR will offer to convert the timebase to Absolute.
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Click the Clip Follows Project Tempo button on the AudioSnap palette.
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Click the Average Tempo box on the AudioSnap palette and select Set Clip Tempo From Project on the drop-down menu.
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