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    Question Cubase 5 wav Sample issue

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    Custom sample .wav files sound time stretched after import onto time-line, any ideas?

    Note: The samples sounds normal in Media Bay previewer, Quicktime player and anywhere else tested.
    *I don't get this issue if it's a mp3 file
    *Same Result if 16, 24 or 32bit wav
    *It sounds time-stretched no mater if its imported from Media bay or dragged in from a windows prompt.
    *The issue sounds the same if tempo changed to the original sample export
    *The time-stretch is there after export
    Last edited by Jnax; 07-28-2011 at 03:09 PM.

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    • What's your project sample rate?
    • What's the sample sample rate?
      • If they're the same, Then
        • What's the project tempo?
        • What's the sample tempo?
          • If they're the same then I'll do some thinking.
          • If they're not, then that's the problem.
      • If they're not, then that's the problem.
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    Is Musical mode on in the pool?

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    yup

    Quote Originally Posted by soundmagus View Post
    Is Musical mode on in the pool?
    That worked

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    no problem

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