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Andy A - USA
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I"m missing something, somewhere. I"ve looked at the manual and youtubed. (I have the reaper licensed version and it"s up to date.)In Reaper, I want to change an existing wav file track native its current 163bpm come 170bpm. I"ve tried just reseting the task Settings in job BPM (as a test) test 50.000 and 200.000, Timebase for items/env/markers to Time, and the following Timebase for tempo/time sig envelope to Time. (In case this help - Proj begin time: 0:00.000, collection 0.00 to modify cursor, and Project begin measure: 1. Playback resample mode: Medium).All the instructions (manual/youtube) seem really simple, either an altering the proj bpm come whatever, 50bpm because that example, or inserting a Tempo/Time Signature Marker. But, i don"t obtain results. The playback tempo is quiet 163bpm, and song play size is unchanged.Any suggestions?Thank you.P.S. I am aware that the pitch setting needs come be collection to not readjust the monitor key.
Noel96

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Andy,Try the following.1. Rotate on the grid and also activate "Snap come grid". (The shortcut ALT+G will execute this.)2. Drag the right end of the wav track until it breaks to the nearest beat. (Let"s say it"s win 1 for recommendation purposes.) 3. Readjust Reaper"s tempo to 170.4. Now host down CTRL+ALT and move the cursor around the right end of the wav. The cursor will change to a hand. When that happens, grab the right end of the track and drag it come the left (since you"ve make the tempo faster) until it snaps to the new beat 1 in the exact same bar number as before.5. Lastly, in the "Project settings" make sure that the "Default pitch change mode" is collection to "elastique 3.1.4 Pro". (I find this a good stretching/shrinking engine.)That need to do the project for you.Regards,Noel
Andy A - USA

EXCELLENT!!! that did it. (And those a completely different instructions than I discovered anywhere.)You are a reaper expert!
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Thanks, Noel!
Hey, Noel. Because that vocals utilizing the 3.1.4 agree Algorithm, how plenty of ms would you collection the strike time? choose my vocals, no Beyoncé. Old, beaten-up, fossil male vocals. A selection would it is in helpful. Thanks.
Andy,For manually tuning vocals, I set Reatune to the following...Attack time = 50 - 80 ms (I greatly use 50)Stereo mediate = turn off (since I just record mono vocals)Elastique 3.1.4 Solo -- this definitely works better with vocals than ProParameter = MonophonicHope this helps,Noel


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Excellent, Noel. I had actually nowhere come start. I could use 2000 and I just needed those selection numbers. Say thanks to you.