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Old 06-05-2011, 10:37 AM
albatross5791 albatross5791 is offline
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Default Beat Detective Question

Alright so here is my scenario,
I am no Pro Tools Pro - I will admit that up front. I have been using it for 10 years though - so I am decent. So bear with me here. Here are my questions - as short an concise as possible.

I use PT9 BTW. Lets say I record a raw track of myself singing and playing guitar. I am pleased with the track - so I add in bass and drums. However, the guitar is great - but the bass and drums - not as tight as I would like. What can I do (if anything) in PT 9 with Beat Detective to tighten it all up? Is it even possible?

Final note, would this have been much easier had I tracked the original guitar and vocal to a click track? How does that change Beat Detectives operations?

In advance,
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