Is it possible to change the length of an audio clip in Cubase 7 via dragging in the project timeline without using any of Cubase’s fancy time/pitch shifting algorithms? I want to change the length of a drum loop and have the pitch change accordingly, just like it would if slowing down or speeding up on a record player.
As far as I know this can be done by transposing the audio, but dragging in the time line is really convenient when needing to match tempo. For example using a 120bpm drum loop in a 127bmp project.
Cubase’s time/pitch stretching algorithms are great but sometimes I want the old school sound you’d hear if you were using a sampler or piece of vinyl.
Right now I’m using Cubase 6.5 which can’t do this. If Cubase 7 can, I will upgrade right now!