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Old 08-05-2009, 05:41 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by dub3000 View Post
because the sample rate is dynamic i.e. you can do smooth ramping of playrate and stuff i think. also saves generating lots of gigantic temporary files.

pro tools pre-processes audio on import and it's slow as hell. i think i prefer reaper's way. same with time stretching - reaper is way better in that regard (non-destructive time stretch yay). you can always manually glue items to lock them to the rate if you want to do it like that.
Makes perfect sense now. Is this how ReaTune works as well.

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