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Old 07-27-2005, 07:22 AM
Dan M. Dan M. is offline
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Default Beat Detective Question

I wanted to know how I can use Beat Detective to make a tempo and grid for a song I recorded that orginally had NO click or set tempo.The drummer stayed pretty on beat. How can I identify the beat? Thanks! I want to make it snap to a grid so I can remix it andput a drum loop to it.
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Old 07-27-2005, 10:37 AM
Sevenlights Sevenlights is offline
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Default Re: Beat Detective Question

your probably going to run into problems even if the drummer is close to the grid, I would grid edit the drums, then add the loop in.
If you want to build a grid, tab to each Snare on the 2 and 4 hit and use command I to place a beat marker, you have to enter the bar and beat for every hit.
Scott Cooke.
Mountain View Records
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