dan_halen wrote:WOuldn't you have to convert the drum tracks to MIDI though? These are raw tracks I'm working with.
Matt102583 wrote:If you are talking about real drums let me tell you I feel your pain! I just finished spending 4 days doing this. I had 8 tracks per song, (kick snare toms OH etc) and 7 songs to do. I started out using the audio quantization, warp feature in Mixcraft 7, but since you cant group in mixcraft you'd have to do each track individually and would come across phase issues if you didn't move the exact same markers in each track. So I began the journey of linking all the tracks together turning off grid mode and slicing right before the transient in question and moving it to where it should be, even came on here wondering if I could at least apply cross fades to all my slices, and got a big NOPE on that. Doing one song took me forever and ruined my neck. There had to be an easier way to do this, so I started researching and came across Beat Detective in Protools. I took my files to a friends house, fixed everything in Protools using the beat detective and elastic audio features, came back home loaded them in Mixcraft and everything lined up perfectly. Such a life, time, hair, and sanity saver. Good luck I know what you are going through If anyone else has another way to do it in Mixcraft I'd love to know.
P.S. I guess shitty out of time drumming must be a huge problem if programs like beat detective and elastic audio are out there. Metronomes for all!
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