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Old 12-09-2022, 10:25 AM
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Default Import session without adapting tempo?

I have two separate PT sessions that I want to combine. However, both sessions have different tempo’s, so when I import the second session into the first, PT will match up the tempo’s.

My first session is 160 bpm, and the session that I want to import from is 120 bpm. What happens is that the imported tracks will get sped up to 160bpm (I guess they call that elastic sound?), and whatever I try, I can’t find a way to turn it off.

Is there a trick to simply import these audio-tracks as they are, without adjusting their length and speed?

(Note: Both sessions are 48kHz, so that's not the issue.)
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