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Old 03-29-2003, 07:54 PM
strangelittleman strangelittleman is offline
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Default I want to match track tempos and lengths.

Even though the answer to this question is probably more appropriately answered by that handy 400+ page Pro Tools Reference Guide, I' m computer illiterate... and I unfortunately don't like to read a lot, either.
I would like to adjust new sounds so that they somehow line up in track length, tempo, and pitch, to the beats I have recorded in other tracks. So... (considering the above option is indeed, a possibilty), should I make this change when I am importing new sound files to Pro Tools, or should I go ahead and import those files to new tracks, and proceed from there? One more thing, I am not using MIDI sound, only sound files from the web.
Thank you so much!!! [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]
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