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|0007611||ardour||features||public||2018-05-01 15:56||2018-05-01 15:56|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
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|Summary||0007611: Timestreching automation? Stretching with changed tempo?|
|Description||I have a project where I frequently change tempo to help a bass player learn her part.|
When I change the tempo of my session, all the MIDI tracks align nicely and I don't have to do any extra work to get them sounding as expected.
However automation lanes for the tracks do not change their speed according to the new tempo. I tried finding an appropriate option, but I couldn't. Maybe I missed something?
I tried fixing it with the time-stretch tool, but it doesn't operate or automation data at all.
I wonder what could be done about this. Maybe encapsulating automation data in regions, just like MIDI and audio regions- would allow timestretching them?
I guess that could also help link automation data to MIDI regions, and have them follow their parents.
I can imagine this could require major changes in how Ardour works with automation in the first place.
On the other hand - since MIDI tracks handle retiming to changing tempo very well, I guess it might not be so far fetched to expand such functionality to automation lanes too.
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