Sorry for the long post, I didn’t know how to shorten it and still get the details across …
I’m wondering if it is somehow possible to select a bunch of tempo point “flags” in the Time Warp window and move all of them over to the right in one procedure.
Here’s why I’m asking, what I’ve done so far:
- I applied Time Warp to a roughly 100 bar MIDI piano track that was recorded live.
- I decided then that I wanted to introduce a pause in the 4th bar, so that the 5 bar would start a little later. So I selected all the notes in the project from the middle of the 4th bar to the end, and dragged them right a bit - sounds perfect, so far so good.
- Of course the bars no longer line up with the musical events from the 5th bar on, so they just need to be dragged to the right by the same amount that the musical notes were (right?). That’s where I run into problems: when (in the Time Warp window) I drag the 5th bar to the right to match the new note position, none of the bars later in the project shift to the right with it. So after I drag the 5th bar to the right, I need to drag the 6th bar, then the 7th bar … until the 100th bar, all one bar at a time.
So as I understand it now, because I introduced a pause in the 4th bar after Time Warping the project, I will have to adjust the bars from #5 onward one-by-one to make the rest of the project line up.
Is that really the case? I’m looking instead just do one click and drag, and all the bars will line up with the new positions of the notes. Is that possible?
Thanks for any help!
(I tried to use the “Process Tempo” and “Process Bars” in the Tempo editor to do this, but I couldn’t figure out how that could help me either …)