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Old 07-14-2007, 01:38 PM
polaredit polaredit is offline
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Default Changing MIDI Tempo ?

I was working some MIDI keyboard tracks @ the tempo of 120. I edited them to where I liked. Then I realized my drum track tempo was @ 110.

So when I click the transport tempo section and put it too 110, the midi keyboard tracks SHIFT and then are off.

Is there a recommended procedure so I can sync back to the tempo of 110 ?

Thanks to all replies.
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Old 07-14-2007, 03:52 PM
filosofem filosofem is offline
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Default Re: Changing MIDI Tempo ?

Where is this Drum Track and is it MIDI or Audio? What track has the Grid?

Aaron Mulqueen - 001 HD Native
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