In this premium video tutorial, you will learn four super simple ways to fix tracks that suffer from timing issues in Pro Tools. We demonstrate these essential editing techniques using an acoustic guitar track that plays ahead of the beat in several places during the performance.
One of the great things about Pro Tools is that when it comes to getting the timing spot on, there is more than one way to skin a cat. In this video you will learn:
How to edit clips with timing issues using the Smart Tool and Quantize menu
How to fix timing using Elastic Audio
How to fix timing using Beat Detective
How to use one of the best third-party plug-ins around for fixing timing issues
While these four techniques will help you get performances with timing issues into tight sounding tracks in Pro Tools there really isn’t any substitute for playing better in the first place.
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