Is it possible to increase the tempo of an object as it goes along?

shazzy1230 asked on 06/04/2012, 05:42 AM

Hi, i got the MMMMX Production Suite for my Windows 7 computer and i was wondering if an objects tempo and/or pitch can be gradually increased without have to split object and do it manually. Thanks  :-P

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I do not think so... I checked to see if it was somthing that a FX curve could be applied, but I do not see anything that used a tempo or pitch. 

 

Last changed by john-auvil on 06/04/2012, 09:25 AM, changed a total of 1 times.

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Do you know any other music producers that can do this? like Fl studios or something xx

Last changed by shazzy1230 on 06/04/2012, 11:39 AM, changed a total of 1 times.

 

Do you know any other music producers that can do this? like Fl studios or something xx

You can check some answers available in the search result.

http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0oGdVmATM1PikEA7CdXNyoA?p=How%20to%20music%20tempo%20increase&fr2=sb-top&fr=yfp-t-701

Last changed by nihon94 on 06/04/2012, 07:05 PM, changed a total of 1 times.

I am not sure of other programs doing this type of effect myself, I think if I was looking to do this, I might use a recording method... at least in my head it makes sense.

I would basically set up windows and the Music Maker to record from the internal sound source "What You Hear" or "Stereo Mix" then playback the part I want to have this effect added and use the virtual control surface of the tempo, time-stretch, pitch shift ...live while recording that at the same time. But, I have never needed to do this for my recordings, so there might be an easier way, I am just not aware of it.

Otherwise, I would be using the method you know, which is placing splits each time thus allowing a gradual increase or decrease.

But I think this is something noteworthy for a request in future programs, if possible... maybe as an effect curve.

Last changed by john-auvil on 06/05/2012, 08:54 AM, changed a total of 1 times.

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