How Do I Get This Certain Effect In Acid Music Studio...

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    soupdup : Fri 30th Nov 2007 : 12 years ago

    Ok, me and my friend were listening to a certain song by Hypocrisy (death/melodic metal band from Europe) and in their Virus album, they have a song (dont know what the title is) in which the middle, they kind of almost time-stretch/slow down the two (or more) guitar tracks that are playing, then go back full speed into the song. and its a pretty fast song, i'd say about 160+ BPM, how do you get that effect? its almost like a DJ effect when they slow down a record... JW how you get it in Sony Acid Music Studio 7.0, any help is greatly appreciated! so far i've only managed a whammy bar sort of effect...

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    RogueAi : Fri 30th Nov 2007 : 12 years ago

    You stretch it in the track properties section.

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    soupdup : Fri 30th Nov 2007 : 12 years ago

    i tried that, but WHAT exactly do i stretch? the beat measure or what? or the time? and if its the time, where do i find that...

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    anchor : Fri 30th Nov 2007 : 12 years ago

    If you have sound forge you can do it with the pitch bend effect. Using a whammy bar should be how they do it though. However, it's good to see another Hypocrisy fan on here though! :D

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    Centrist : Fri 30th Nov 2007 : 12 years ago

    It's extremely difficult to modify one part of a song's tempo in acid. You could do the beats by hand, or you could let your song become pregnant and give it a little stretchy-stretch.

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    RogueAi : Sat 1st Dec 2007 : 12 years ago

    You stretch the number of beats.

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    soupdup : Sat 1st Dec 2007 : 12 years ago

    Sound forge i do have, maybe i'll try that... thanks for the tip. chimpyguy, i have NO idea how to do what you explained, so your going to have to simplify it a bit more :-p

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    Centrist : Sat 1st Dec 2007 : 12 years ago

    I'm talkin' about a hibbity-hobbity shwing swang!

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    soupdup : Sat 1st Dec 2007 : 12 years ago

    not much help again, lol. but yea, the Sony Sound Forge idea helped a tad. just that when i rendered the song in Acid, then edited in Forge, then back to acid, Acid made the song a tad faster than the loops... so its like i finish the ENTIRE song then do the final mix down in Forge :-/

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    Gsusfrk : Sat 1st Dec 2007 : 12 years ago

    I do it the hard way:
    I'd make a MP3 of what u want the slowly (layer by layer) make each layer a diff speed and then bring it back up...

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    soupdup : Sun 2nd Dec 2007 : 12 years ago

    ....?

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    Gsusfrk : Sun 2nd Dec 2007 : 12 years ago

    It's hard to explain over the internet... recently I asked for some help from a professional DNB artist and he said it couldnt be said over the net because its hard to explain but the only way to show someone is through being there or over the phone... I now see why...
    Listen im not crazy lol, I've done it b4, its jus a longer way to do it. Prolly in ACID PRo you could make it an automation and slow it down the pace it up again...

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