Le magnétisme des boucles et des points cue sur le tempo est désactivé.

Bumpi
Bumpi Member Posts: 2 Newcomer

Bonjour,

L'assistance qui permet de magnétiser le positionnement d'un point cue ou d'une boucle sur les intervalles de tempo de la track ne fait plus effet.

Avant, lorsque se lançait une boucle, elle se calait impeccablement sur un intervalle (petite trait blanc régulier) dans le son. Ce qui apportait le confort de pouvoir lancer des boucles entre deux éléments du son. Maintenant, si je ne lance pas parfaitement la boucle au millième de seconde près, je suis susceptible d'avoir un son appartenant au temps suivant dans ma boucle (comme un micro bout de vocale par exemple).

Ça semble hyper bête comme problème, mais je viens de relire tout ce qui concerne ce sujet sur la notice de tracktor et sur la notice de mon S4, rien ne mentionne l'activation ou la désactivation de cette fonctionnalité. J'imagine que ça doit exister, mais que je ne connais pas le bon vocabulaire lié à cette fonctionnalité.

Merci par avance pour vos réponses ! (je mix demain ... ^^)

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  • c0nsul
    c0nsul Member Posts: 248 Pro
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    This is an English speaking forum, please translate your questions/posts, so everybody can understand what you want to say.


    I translated you question with deepL.com:

    "The assistance that magnetizes the positioning of a cue point or loop to the track's tempo intervals is no longer effective.

    Previously, when a loop was launched, it was perfectly timed to an interval (a small, regular white line) in the sound. This provided the comfort of being able to launch loops between two elements of the sound. Now, if I don't launch the loop perfectly to the nearest thousandth of a second, I'm likely to have a sound belonging to the next beat in my loop (like a vocal microtip, for example).

    It sounds like a really stupid problem, but I've just reread everything about it in the tracktor manual and in the manual for my S4, and there's no mention of enabling or disabling this feature. I guess it must exist, but I don't know the right vocabulary related to this feature.

    Thanks in advance for your answers! (I'm mixing tomorrow"

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

    ___________


    I think you are looking for the "SNAP" feature. It snaps loops, hotcues exactly to a beat.


  • Bumpi
    Bumpi Member Posts: 2 Newcomer
    Answer ✓

    Oui c'est ca !!! Merci beaucoup !!!

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  • c0nsul
    c0nsul Member Posts: 248 Pro
    Answer ✓

    This is an English speaking forum, please translate your questions/posts, so everybody can understand what you want to say.


    I translated you question with deepL.com:

    "The assistance that magnetizes the positioning of a cue point or loop to the track's tempo intervals is no longer effective.

    Previously, when a loop was launched, it was perfectly timed to an interval (a small, regular white line) in the sound. This provided the comfort of being able to launch loops between two elements of the sound. Now, if I don't launch the loop perfectly to the nearest thousandth of a second, I'm likely to have a sound belonging to the next beat in my loop (like a vocal microtip, for example).

    It sounds like a really stupid problem, but I've just reread everything about it in the tracktor manual and in the manual for my S4, and there's no mention of enabling or disabling this feature. I guess it must exist, but I don't know the right vocabulary related to this feature.

    Thanks in advance for your answers! (I'm mixing tomorrow"

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

    ___________


    I think you are looking for the "SNAP" feature. It snaps loops, hotcues exactly to a beat.


  • Bumpi
    Bumpi Member Posts: 2 Newcomer
    Answer ✓

    Oui c'est ca !!! Merci beaucoup !!!

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