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does mixmeister fusion do beat warping like abelton does ?

Hi, I have disco and funk music where the beats drift and the tempo and bpm fluctuates. I was wondering if it was possible for fusion to straighten out the beats to make them consistent in tempo so I can save it and export it as a new track ?
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  • You can manually set markers on the beatgrid in the 'song slicer' pane (bottom pane, there's two icons, top left corner of that, which toggles between the song slicer/beatgrid view and the effects plug ins).

    Save any amendments you make as a 'tweak', set it as the default and MM will automatically load that up when you next play the track. It takes a bit of time to get used to, ableton's warping is a bit 'tighter' due to the loop section function.
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  • Yes, what Heathen says is basically the way to go.

    However, this definitely is a point that could be improved in future versions of MM. Currently the 'beat matching' engine works best on (today's) dance music: 4/4 measure, steady bpm in between roughly 100bpm and 150bpm. Anything other than that and you'll probably need to make tweaks.

    I too like to mix 70s disco and 80s dance music and that can be quite a hassle :) It can be done, but it needs additional work.

    Ronald.
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