You can slip-stretch an audio clip in order to expand or compress its duration. Slip-stretching only works on regular audio clips, not Groove clips or REX loops.
2. Hold down the CTRL and SHIFT keys, move the mouse pointer over the end of the clip until the cursor changes into the slip-stretch icon , then drag the end of the clip to the desired position.The clip is stretched and displays the stretch amount in the clip header (percentage of original duration).A. Stretch amount
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