Thank you. I did try that first but I didn't see the high quality
stretching check box so the results were not usable. I'll look again.
That may very well get me there.
On 7/22/2020 2:54 AM, David Bailes wrote:
I don't know how to estimate the delay using kerovee effect.
However, have you tried audacity's change pitch effect? If you want to drop by an octave, set the percent change in frequency to -50, and check the "use high quality stretching" check box. As far as I can tell, this effect doesn't introduce a delay.
On Tue, 21 Jul 2020 at 23:56, Justin Trevino <jtrevino@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jtrevino@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
Hey, friends, this is Justin Trevino. I have used kerovee to drop
vocals down an octave. After applying this effect the vocals are
delayed by a few milliseconds. Rather than try and figure it out by
ear, I'm hoping someone can tell me just how much this effect
track so I can snip that amount of time off the front of each track.
I'm not using audacity to record my project. I'm flying these tracks
back in to an alesis hd24 and it would make things a lot easier if
would line up when I put them back in.
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