Warp Markers and everything else
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    Tech Mentor MyMotto's Avatar
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    Default Warp Markers and everything else

    So i recently picked up Live and while im really enjoying finding out new stuff i didnt know about Live everyday (its surprisingly rewarding I find) im having some difficulting with the warp markers in my tracks.
    Looking back at the tutorial DJTT did for DJing in Ableton they mention the Pseudo-Warp Markers.
    Most of my tracks DO NOT have any pseudo warp markers.
    Similarly, some of my tracks have tons and tons of Warp Markers while others have non.
    Can anyone shed some insight into this situation maybe?
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    Read the manual for the different modes of warping.

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    Don't know what a pseudo-marker is - but there are only 2 types of marker in Live: Warp markers, and tempo markers.

    Tempo markers are the GREY ones in between any 2 warp markers (or the last warp marker and the end of the tune). Warp markers indicate a (very subtle) change in tempo.

    There are PLENTY of vids on youtube explaining warping tracks.
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