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Old 01-27-2004, 11:35 AM
keysmia keysmia is offline
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Default adding to an existing audio track

Hi all, I can't seem to fiqure this out. I am working on an audio track from a cd and want to lock in the tempo and add to the existing track. How do you keep the track from drifting. I know the tempo is around 137. It lines up ok in grid mode then it drifts. Could this be the recording ? From a dat maybe? What is the procedure? I never could get identify beat working properly. Please Help
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