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The warp analysis allows for the clip to play back exactly at the tempo of the set where the orginal clips were consolidated. I am sorry, but this is a high quality and ultra low noise classical music field recordings project that I am working on and I definitely cannot use any warp modes for any samples that I have recorded for this project whatsoever. Andrejs I am sorry, but this is a high quality and ultra low noise classical music field recordings project that I am working on and I definitely cannot use any warp modes for any samples that I have recorded for this project whatsoever. regardless of whether it's rhythmically in-line with the tempo or not. the OP sounds like paranoia over the warp button being lit, as opposed to an actual problem (i.e.

It will also allow for time stretching if you change the tempo of the set or import it to another set of a different tempo. The warp analysis allows for the clip to play back exactly at the tempo of the set where the orginal clips were consolidated. This way you can quickly move clips without snapping to grid.locojohn, if your not going to change the tempo, try using a different warp algo. classic complaints revisited) warp is on recorded clips and processed clips to expand the capabilities of what you can do to the clip, not to change how it plays backyou can always select multiple clips and warp/unwarp all at once.

Once I change tempo, like you said, my warped consolidated clips will bring audible artifacts to originally recorded piano or field recording samples.

OK, I can select all clips in the arrangement at some point and turn warp mode off for all of them, but having to remember doing it at some point is a no go....

Probably you live too much in the world of session view and loop based music. What I am talking about is more similar to an instrumental music arrangement with over 20 tracks and over 100 recorded clips where the last thing I want to worry about is warp modes in these clips.

The point is this consolidated clip is the improvised recording that is absolutely not in sync with the project's tempo and it should not be. However, Ableton's approach to music is mostly rhytmic an idea spawned for DJ's and Live performs. Perhaps suggest it in Wish List so they will create another option in prefs.locojohn, if your not going to change the tempo, try using a different warp algo. regardless of whether it's rhythmically in-line with the tempo or not. the OP sounds like paranoia over the warp button being lit, as opposed to an actual problem (i.e.

This is the same sample rate setting used for Audio CDs.

The Bit Depth setting however, may need to be changed depending on the destination of your final mix.

If you are creating a mixdown which you want to be mastered then you'll need to consider using a format which does not compress the audio.

In this case, Wave and Aiff are the two most popular types.

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