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The algorithm preset affects warp changes in Musical Mode, FreeWarp, and Swing. Cubase Pro only: For the VariAudio warping and pitching features Standard – Solo is applied automatically.RELATED LINKSAlgorithm Presets on page 530Time Stretch and Pitch Shift Algorithms on page 488Stretching Audio Events to the Project TempoYou can stretch audio loops to the project tempo.PROCEDURE1. Select File > Import > Audio File, select the audio loop that you want to import, and click OK.2. Select the audio loop in the project.3. Select Audio > Advanced > Stretch to Project Tempo.RESULTThe audio loop is stretched to match the project tempo.Musical ModeThe Musical Mode allows you to tempo-match audio loops to the project tempo.If you activate Musical Mode for an audio clip, realtime time stretching is applied to the clip so that it matches the project tempo. The audio events adapt to any tempo changes in Cubase, just like MIDI events.In the Sample Editor, you can activate Musical Mode in the AudioWarp section, the Definitionsection, and the toolbar.NOTE●You can also activate/deactivate Musical Mode from within the Pool by clicking the corresponding checkbox in the Musical Mode column.●Cubase supports ACID® loops. These loops are standard audio files but with embedded tempo/length information. When ACID®files are imported into Cubase, Musical Mode is automatically activated and the loops will adapt to the project tempo
Project Tempo ModesFor every project you can set a tempo mode, depending on whether your music has a fixedtempo or if it changes throughout the project.On the Transport panel, you can set the following tempo modes:●Fixed Tempo ModeIf you want to work with one fixed tempo that does not change throughout the project, deactivate Activate Tempo Track on the Transport panel. You can change the tempo value to set a fixed rehearsal tempo.●Tempo Track ModeIf the tempo of your music contains tempo changes, activate Activate Tempo Track on the Transport panel. You can change the tempo value to change the tempo at the cursor. If your project does not contain any tempo changes, the tempo is changed at the project start.RELATED LINKSSetting up Projects for Tempo Changes on page 992Track Time BaseThe time base of a track determines if a track can follow the tempo changes of a project that is set to tempo track mode.In the Inspector for MIDI tracks, instrument tracks, and audio-related tracks, you can activate/deactivate Toggle Time Base to switch the track time base.The following time base modes are available:●MusicalUse this mode for material with a musical, that is, tempo-related time base. All tracks that are set to musical time base follow any tempo changes that you add on the tempo track.NOTEFor audio events on audio tracks that are set to musical time base, the tempo changes on the tempo track affect only the start position and not the actual audio.●LinearUse this mode for material with a linear, time-related time base.
Defining the Track Time BaseThe time base of a track determines if the events on a track are positioned to bars and beats (musical time base) or to the timeline (linear time base). Changing the playback tempo affects only the time position of events on tracks with a musical time base.PROCEDURE●In the track list, click Toggle Timebase to change the time base.