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Old 09-17-2010, 03:02 AM
Einsteinwannabe Einsteinwannabe is offline
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Unhappy Need to Change tempo but without changing existing midi data tempo?

I have a song with multiple tracks which were recorded to a 105bpm click elsewhere and I have imported them into a blank session with a 120 tempo map. I have some midi information that was recorded into the session over the top. In order to do my editing an an efficient manner, I really need to change the tempo to match 105. I disabled elastic audio on the audio tracks but I cant 'freeze' the midi as it were, to keep the recorded tempo as I change the session tempo. Can anyone help.


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