Hey, I am having some issues with changing audio clips to musical modes.
Sometimes - when I change an audio clip from linear to musical mode, it stays the same, both in it’s musical position and it’s linear position until I change the tempo - than it reacts to it. This is the desired behavior. The problem is sometimes it doesn’t happen - sometimes the audio changes (gets longer or shorter, probably by tempo changes, it is unclear what is even the original state of the tempo track that it calculates by. This is my first question - how to ensure audio doesn’t change while changing to musical mode?
Second issue: Let’s I changed an audio to musical mode, made a change to tempo, and than changes back to linear mode - the audio snaps back to its original position ( before the tempo changes) - which is understandable, but still weird considering MIDI doesn’t do that. With MIDI, I can set the track to musical mode, change the tempo, set the track back to linear mode, and it will play the same. So my second question is - how to change audio
from musical mode to linear mode without changing the way it is played?
I suspected it’s a problem because audio wrapping must be nondestructive, so I “rendered in the place” the audio, to get a new version, which matches the tempo without stretching, the problem is, issue number one is often happening in that case.
If you wander why do I even need this - it’s useful when I’m doing “tempo matching” in which I sometimes want to change tempo to match an existing track by its time, and sometimes change tempo to have the track follow, thus it is useful to switch between the two options. Sometimes - and this is the weirdest - toggling the option doesn’t get you back when you started! and clickc the audio multiple times make it shrink or move on the track like a weird caterpillar.
Can somehow clarify how those works? And explain in details how to solve those issues? I suspect it has something to do with wrap tabs but I couldn’t figure out how to fix this myself.