Timing Correction Plug in. Does it exist?

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DanJonesGuitarist
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Timing Correction Plug in. Does it exist?

Post by DanJonesGuitarist » Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:38 am

Hello Friends

I'm using Audacity to record my arrangements and compositions for classical guitar ensemble and I absolutely love it! Thank you!

When recording for 7 or 8 guitar parts on a time limit, it is almost impossible to get everything in time. In Mac's 'Garageband' there is a timing correction tool which allows you to link the audio notes to a given rhythm within a bpm. Does such a thing exist as a plug in for Audacity? At the moment, I'm making corrections by shifting individual notes where needed and it's very tedious and time consuming.

Thank you!

Dan

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Re: Timing Correction Plug in. Does it exist?

Post by steve » Mon Nov 20, 2017 10:12 am

DanJonesGuitarist wrote:n Mac's 'Garageband' there is a timing correction tool which allows you to link the audio notes to a given rhythm within a bpm. Does such a thing exist as a plug in for Audacity?
Not that I'm aware of. Certainly not built into Audacity, but I guess there could be third party effects.

Check that you have "latency correction" set up accurately (http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/latency_test.html)
When that is set up correctly, tracks will be accurately synchronised, providing of course that the tracks are played accurately in-time.

When recording overdubs, it is often helpful to work with a click track, and have that quite loud in your headphones while you play.
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