Tell me more. Cos I've never gotten decent results out of it. But I can learn!
Highlight the clip you want to BD, make sure you start on a grid point and not between a 1/4 note per se. Go to BD, (Cmd NumKey8). Go to split, capture selection, set 1/8 or 1/16 not subdivisions, analyze. Separate, go to the next one (conform), conform with about 85-90 set on the top slider so it’s not too robotic sounding, then click conform, then do the 5msec crossfade in the next section. Then go listen….and drag out any fills or errors that sound funny. Mess with different options. On drums, it can be helpful to set a 5 or 10ms pretrigger in the separate section.
Most of the time after fussing with it and options….and the analyze strength…I can get pretty good results with it. If not, it’s time for a murderously tedious editing session which I loathe.
Just different enough to what I have done that it just might work.
I'll try it! On the next project.
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