I cannot seem to get what my problem is there…I explain :
I apply tempo detection to an audio track which has a lot of tempo variations…I can see the tempo changes into the Tempo track and transport bar …if I click the metronome on everything is sync…now Every midi track that I do have there totally ignore the tempo and stays where it was before the audio tempo detection
If I add a new midi track it perfectly sync with the metronome and audio…so my question you guess it how do I sync midi tracks that were present before that audio tempo detection to the current tempo ?
Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but Midi is always “musical”, i.e relative to bars and beats.
If you recorded the midi before, along with the audio, then it was recorded in the wrong bars and beats, compared to the audio.
When you perform tempo detection, it modifies the tempo and signature (don’t forget to set it to the correct signature, it gets set to 1/4 when detecting!). This in turn causes the midi to be in wrong places compared to the audio.
New midi tracks are recorded/imported on the correct bars and beats so it’s OK.
That’s how it is expected to work in theory. The problem is that you say the midi stays as it was before.
Was the midi recorded along with the audio, on a wrong tempo, or was it recorded outside, regardless of the music?
I did try to set them to Musical time base …They were on musical time base before the tempo detection…once you apply the detection it sets the midi tracks time base to linear …now even if I set them back to musical nothing changes
Well even if it would all midi events are at the wrong place
My Language is French …I’m afraid the French manual is worse than the English one
Man , no need to apologies especially when you just nailed it !!! It does work perfectly
I really appreciate the help you provided on this … a big thank YOU
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