Hello guys, I’ve been using some vocals samples in my productions, I’m having some tricky fun trying to warp them without making them sound so… warped?
The track is at 128 and the vocals are 135 using Ableton Live 8. Once loading the vocal in I’m manually setting the BPM of the vocal from double clicking the wav sample to 135. I then click “Warp” to remove and click it again. This sets the BPM to 128, but its still not in time so I use warp markers (very badly) to try and fix it.
This is how is turned out, you can hear some discrepancies, let me know what you think so far anyway…
mate why don’t you post the track once you’ve done a proper arrangement and mix, then we can really comment properly on everything.
the track sounds good though - only thing i would say is that i think the arp is too loud and upfront in the mix as it drowns out the vocal a little - i think the vocal would be better a little louder and more upfront to carry the track, with the arp pushed back in the mix a little.
apart from that, good sound though. now work your *** off to arrange the track and let’s hear the full thing.
i didn’t hear any major problems with the warping/timing of the vocal!
I wish I could mate, I can’t put the full track on SC if a label picks it up they don’t want you to share it with the rest of the world until it’s released. . . that’s why I did the preview with small parts only :pinch:
thanks man I got slightly carried away with that arp, been using Nomad stereo enhancer to put things closer/further in the mix: