best way to fix tempo drift in multitrack no metronome

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best way to fix tempo drift in multitrack no metronome

Postby st1ng » Mon Mar 28, 2016 12:50 am

I have a large number of past recordings that I made without a metronome, all of which have some degree of tempo drift. The tracks are in synch with each other so the tempo drift is consistent across all tracks.

After many hours studying audiosnap and googling for on line videos I have gotten nowhere. I duplicated the instructions in the "fastbikerboy" instruction video but just ended up with error messages Tried to copy the clips to follow the project tempo and again recieived error messages and then the tracks getting completely out of whack.

I would really appreciate it if someone could send me a brief set of instructions as to how they would go about fixing TEMP DRIFT timing errors like I have described.

Might, Melodyne be a better way to go?

I am familiar with both audiosnap and melodyne, so I am not asking for detaiS ON HOW how to use these progrAms. Moreso a short overview of the steps you think are best suited to correct the tempo drift problem describes

Much thanks in advance for any help with this problem.
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