BM2 Video Tutorial: Chop Lab & Time-Stretch

edited February 2011 in General
Hi,

We made a video tutorial to explain how to use the Chop Lab and Time-Stretch features.
You can watch it here:

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Cheers,
Intua Team.

Comments

  • edited 10:08PM
    Nice video intua!

    I like the time stretching part the best, the part when you press the time stretch button and it jumps straight to 94% and then done. you must be using a quad core ipad 4, because on my i touch 4 that operation can take 2 too 3 minutes depending on the size of the sample. I know it's just for demo purposes but still....

    Now don't get me wrong the time stretch in BM2 is amazing, as good as anyting i have used on a pc, but mabey you could add a lower quality, faster option for auditioning purposes, then you could jump back to full quality mode if you like what you hear and it fits with the music your working on. Same thing for pitch shifting would be nice too. Anyway i hope you give it some consideration.

    Again AMAZING app i absolutely love it, top job!

    Cheers
    Touchy
  • edited 10:08PM
    Awesome, straight to the point, very easy to comprehend
    SUCCESS
  • edited 10:08PM
    Nice tutorial!
    There needs to be more like these to detail the little information someone might be missing. Good Job.
  • edited 10:08PM
    i like Touchy's idea, Also Intua can we get a pc version of BM2....i would love to click, then tap! <!-- s:) --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!-- s:) -->

    lastly Why wont my argon samples work in BM2 by way of the pasteboard to BM2 import....Just keeps saying 'Invalid Sample' when i try to load to pad? <!-- s:? --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_confused.gif" alt=":?" title="Confused" /><!-- s:? -->
  • edited 10:08PM
    Here is a handy link to a Time Stretch Calculator!!!
    http://www.thewhippinpost.co.uk/tools/timestretch-calculator.htm
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