Hi to all,
I’m coming from Ableton and I’ve issue with time warping in cubase 8.5 pro. I’ve read a lot of threads regarding warping and now I’m really confused. Maybe someone could help me.
In Ableton, to warp an entire song, usually I do the following:
- import the track and set 1.1.1 marker at the beginning of the audio content
- place a warp marker at the beginning of the track and one at the end
- move the warp marker at the end to align the transients detected by Ableton to the grid
- check the tempo of the clip to see if the detected bmp are what I’m expecting and use the metronome to check if everything is on time
Now with Cubase:
should I move the grid using Definition-Manual Adjust? This option makes a lot of sense to me, mainly because I can check the resulting tempo of the audio clip in the “Tempo” box near the signature and algorithm. Unfortunately with this method I haven’t a good result, my grid is always not aligned with the “main grid” of Cubase (see picture nr. 1)
should I use Audio warp-Free warp? With this option I think I can put a marker at the beginning and one at the end and align the transients to the grid. But how can I check the resulting bpm of the clip?
Thanks in advance for any kind of help!