Trying to figure out the best (easiest) way to do this:
I have a piece of music - 2 sections.
For reasons I won’t get into (how it was sketched out originally) the situation is the SECOND section is on with Cubase tempo.
The First section, however is free form. NO correlation.
In fact - the section has 56 Bars where the music is only 34,
The second section (in time) is not the same tempo as the first. There is a tempo event between the two (at 57.1.1).
What I want to do is - without affecting the music timing or the second section - make those 56 bars into 34. Then I can go in with the Warp tool and get it spot on. It’s orchestral stuff and kind of floats around.
Anyone know a quick way to do this?
EDIT: I should add what I do now:
I move the second section somehow. In this case - 57 bars to 34 - I can use the Warp tool (grid) to stretch out the first section (on the Tempo event) till 35.1.1 lines up with the end of that section. Then I use Range/Delete Time to get rid of bars 35-56. Section 2 pops back in place.
This is sloppy. And if I’m working to picture with several cues all in a row?? Impossible. Everything gets out of whack.
If I change ALL the tracks to linear mode - and then process bars? That might work.
Id there any way to change 68 tracks to Linear mode all at once?
Sorry for the long post and THANKS for any help.