Changing tempo over time!

Yasser-Saeed wrote on 1/10/2020, 10:27 AM

How to gradually change the tempo overtime without affecting the pitch?

I tried everything I know in Sound Forge Pro 13 and Vegas Pro 17 but could not figure it out! Appreciate any feedback.

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rraud wrote on 1/10/2020, 1:20 PM

The 'elastique Timestretch' DX plug-in can be automated in the plug-in chainer (default mode).
There are other third-party time duration VST plug-ins available which can be automated in the chainer as well. The native SF 'Time Stretch' plug-in cannot be automated.