#1
hi everyone, i just recently switched from cubase to acid and am having issues importing my old audio tracks into an acid project. when i import audio files into acid some of the audio is faster/slower than it was recording at and those that did transfer correctly become faster/slower when i set the click track to the correct tempo. how do i get all of my audio uploaded at the correct tempo?

any help is always appreciated greatly
#2
First off, why the switch? Second, I have no idea, sorry. Never used Acid Pro and I've never switched DAWs so I can't really help.
#3
could be a samlpe rate conversion thing. if your audio files have different sample rates, they could change tempos if it doesn't match your session.
#4
Quote by sandyman323
could be a samlpe rate conversion thing. if your audio files have different sample rates, they could change tempos if it doesn't match your session.



wow... thank you for that. i had completely forgotten to change acid's bit rate to what i had on cubase!
#5
^ make sure to set the tempo properly too. acid is pretty good at auto correcting pitch but only to a certain degree. if you have any questions about it feel free to message me, i'm not a guru but i do use it regularly.
#6
ok... i figured out my issues. evidently once you make the bit rates, etc all the same you're not done. you can't just create a new audio track and then drag the file to it. you have to just drag the file. for some reason if you do the first, the audio file plays fast.
#7
also remember to export your audio as ACIDized wav files instead of normal ones.
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