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Old 10-29-2018, 08:57 AM
amscheme amscheme is offline
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Default Change tempo

I am running pro tools 7.3 (I know, super old)
I can’t figure out how to change the tempo of tracks in my session. I have a guitar track and drums track I need to change from 130 bpm to 150 or 160. I’ve used the time shift plug in but that changes the pitch on me, I have hit the plus button where the tempo is and typed in a tempo..doesn’t change it. I am not using midi I have tried changing from samples to ticks and I don’t have a conductor button in my Transport bar. Can anyone help?


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