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TOPIC: Setting Different BPM WARP's for tracks in Ableton

Setting Different BPM WARP's for tracks in Ableton 1 year 9 months ago #24504

  • Benjamin.K
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So, when you are preparing tracks for a dj set in ableton 9, what is a good tempo to have the project set at, and should you leave it and then warp everything accordingly? How do we properly warp each song to the right bpm when our metronome and project is set to 120 (for example sake).

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Setting Different BPM WARP's for tracks in Ableton 1 year 9 months ago #24511

  • Jemeneye
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choose whatever BPM you feel like- it's a matter of taste. As far as warping goes... watch tom's warping video.
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Setting Different BPM WARP's for tracks in Ableton 1 year 9 months ago #24512

  • Berni T
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When ableton warps a track it is analizing it to find out the original bpm so it doesn't matter what tempo your session is set at. Once the track is warped you can change the session tempo to anything you want & the track will stretch or shrink to the speed of the session.
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