This post was originally published at ask.audio
We all tend to take modern digital audio editing features for granted, so it’s often a surprise when they don’t immediately work exactly as intended. A good example of this is timeshifting—though the many Warping and Flexing options available in today’s DAWs often do work well on the first try, as often as not the user needs to do at least a little work to get best results. Every timeshifting feature includes a set of algorithms that optimize the processing for different situations, and that’s probably the first place to start.
Author : Joe Albano