On Mon, 2007-01-22 at 18:48 +0000, Stuart Langridge wrote:
> On the other hand, when would you ever want to stretch out some audio?
> Making it repeat inside the stretched area seems quite sensible to me.
> Feel free to crush me with many examples of when stretching a piece of
> audio is something you'd want to do. :)
I agree. I can think of a couple times where I'd want to stretch a clip
out and get the pitch/speed modulation associated with that, however
most times this idea seems to fit nicely. In my mind, it also seems a
bit more intuitive if you only want to loop a track for a few times (as
opposed to say setting a loop toggle button, with some sort of way to
specify the number of times to loop). Anyways, that's just my 2 cents
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