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Audio timing?

Postby MagusCT » Tue Nov 16, 2004 10:31 pm

I am converting my Midi tracks to audio and am having trouble...I recorded my drum track once and it fir the rest of my tracks perfectly. Later I had to rerecord it (I dont think I even changed anything in the Midi track) and now the drum track doesn't match up to the original (I still have the first audio drum track I recorded) and it doesn't match up exactly to my other audio tracks. Why is the timing off especially if I got it right once?
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not an expert but

Postby pato » Tue Feb 15, 2005 7:28 am

I´m not an expert, but when I have some tracks recorded...I begin to have that problem. I think it has something to do with ram or your CPU speed.

Anyway, you might solve the problem by closing and reopen the program before recording any audio. At least this fixes the problem for me...
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Postby andychap » Sun Feb 20, 2005 12:32 pm

Drum tracks are the worst when timing is slightly out, you notice it so much more.

When you re record the drum track try archiving all the other tracks before hand and see if that tightens the timing up.
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