Warping in Ableton Live
Author: Loudon Stearns
Berklee Online instructor and assistant professor Loudon Stearns delves into Ableton Live warping by correcting the timing of a live audio recording. First, a Live set is configured for efficient loop recording and a simple audio drum groove is recorded. The groove is then warped and quantized to be tight with the global tempo. Once warped, the groove is manipulated to explore a variety of tempos and feels.
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