Flex Time?

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Apr 03, 2021 Apr 03, 2021

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Hi - is there anything equivalent to Flex Time (Logic Pro X) in Audition? I'm working on a virtual choir piece and want to align the timing between the parts.

 Thanks 😊 

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Apr 03, 2021 Apr 03, 2021

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The only thing there is that might do what you want (up to a point...) is the Automatic Speech Aligner. You get to this by selecting two clips that you want to align, and right-clicking - it's in the list of options. It's really intended for speech, but actually it works quite well with singing - YMMV.

 

The reason that there isn't much like this in Audition is that really, it isn't music production software as such at all - it's an editor. The debate about this has been run ad nauseum but the upshot remains the same - no requests from the big ticket users so no development time available - despite some of the developers being quite keen on the idea. And even if some of the tools were added, it would always be playing catch-up. So it's moving more towards audio post for video - which to be honest is why Adobe bought the software in the first place. And the company that produced it. And the staff...

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Apr 04, 2021 Apr 04, 2021

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Thanks Steve G. I'm new to this and so learning as I go along. After trawling Google looking for answers, I knew that the best place to come would be this forum. 

Thanks again 😀

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