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Old 07-18-2006, 05:09 PM
jetidd jetidd is offline
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Default slowing tempo

Hi all. Great to be among you , and thanks for any response.
I used to record on a Yamaha XP-50 Work Station and a handy (necessary) feature was that the music could be slowed down for two-fingered drum tracks that, after quantization, sounded like a kick-ass drummer with three arms. I have Pro Tools LE 7 Windows, Mbox 2 and am hopeing to do the same. Is it possible or is there another way to go about it? Thanks again.
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