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Old 03-24-2000, 12:17 PM
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Default time compression on multiple tracks

First of all, let me say how awesome it is that I can do this in the first place: yesterday I had a 63 second radio spot that had been cut across 6 tracks. I wanted to squeeze all 6 tracks down to 60 seconds, so I unlinked the edit and timeline selections, marked all 6 tracks and all 63 seconds, dragged the pointer back to 60, and command-shift-U'd the whole thing. Bada-bing, I had a 60 seconds spot. Beautiful.

EXCEPT: everything got switched around to the wrong tracks. In other words, the audio from tracks 1&2 was on 5&6, the stuff on 3&4 was on 1&2, etc, etc. What's up with that?

By the way, this is PT5.0 on a 9600/300 with a mix and two vintage farms.
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Old 03-27-2000, 06:23 PM
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could I at least get digi to comment on this?

it's not a big deal, but it is a bug nonetheless.
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It'san iteresting topic, I think most of us that work with live drum kits are very interested in multi channel time strech....
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Old 03-28-2000, 12:38 PM
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I haven't tried it with a drum kit, but it is awesome to be able to change the timing on 6 or 8 tracks with one keystroke -- too bad you have to move everything back to the track that it came from when you're done, though.
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i used serato pitch n time to change the tempo of a whole track from 74bpm to 80bpm. i was amazed at how well it worked, this was the first time i've done that.
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I don't see this documented, so we'll have to set it up and give it a look. I'll post more info if we can reproduce it.

Thanks for the report.

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