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How to easily sync vocals to your track bpm

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Postby Shrapnel » 03 Feb 2011, 22:37

First off, you want to find the bpm of the vocals i use VDJ to do this
for this tutorial i've chosen to use beatboy - the floor is on fire
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OK the bpm of the acapella is 131 BPM
now you want to set out a contstant beat on the sequencer
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Now open edison and right click where the sample rate is and a menu like this should come up:
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type in where your bpm in the bpm field and click accept, then use this button to drag your new acapella with bpm info
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once its been dragged hit pro default to make sure the vocals pitch does not change when it is stretched:
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then hit auto detect and it will sync to the bpm of your project
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from there all you need to do is drag it to the sequencer ( remember this will clone your acapella, so follow the steps again) and set your snap to grid to none
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now all you have to do is get it on beat, thats all up to you :) hope this helped!

some of the images dont show :( right click and select view image to see it on the hoster
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Postby SCH » 03 Feb 2011, 22:49

Use Tinypic, it's way better :P
I'm grumpier than you.

Do people even read these?
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Postby Shrapnel » 03 Feb 2011, 22:50

does it work? haha i'll re up the pictures
EDIT: fuck it that will take ages!
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Postby Arboza » 08 Feb 2011, 06:53

Every popular DAW has a tempo corrector, it's not difficult and it takes less time :)
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Postby Shrapnel » 08 Feb 2011, 15:45

Arboza:Every popular DAW has a tempo corrector, it's not difficult and it takes less time :)


just my way of doing it ;)
perfect every time
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Postby RedRaven » 09 Feb 2011, 06:07

I cant see any of the pictures except the first 2 but I can understand what you typed.
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Postby sveinn95 » 22 Oct 2012, 17:29

Can you re-upload the pictures?
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