Subject:Setting tempo after recording
Posted by: Douglas Clark
Date:12/16/2007 10:27:35 AM
It's sometimes difficult for me to play and record expressively with the metronome clicking away. But if I turn it off, it is then difficult to edit my midi recording, because the notes don't correspond to quarter or eighth notes, or whatever, and thus don't fit into measures.
Is there a procedure I could follow that would allow me to record without the metronome, and then define the tempo and/or note lengths to the tempo I actually played...so Acid's tempo and measures fit my recording? (rather than forcing me to play to the tempo originally set in Acid)
Subject:RE: Setting tempo after recording
Reply by: pwppch
Date:12/17/2007 8:11:37 AM
ACID does not support playing/recording rubato. That is, it will not let you record with a free tempo and then process this into a tempo map.
You can record at a free tempo, but you will have to manually create a tempo map after the recording.