I.ve got a question about the best way to time stretch audiotracks: Here's the problem.... while recording we've found that one old demo song would be great to include on the album... it's very well recorded with GREAT vocals so we would just have to add real drums and som more guitars. BUT I really would like to increase the tempo just a little bit... a few more BPM would be great. So do you think it's possible to time stretch the tracks so that we can keep the good stuff... ? If so... there are many different ways to do a proper timestretch with many ways to do the calculations (is that the proper word? ) Wich is the best way to go? Should we use the same algoritm(hope that you know what I mean) on vocals and guitars? We're using ProTools TDM, Logic platinum ( Mac)and Cubase SX ( PC)... any ideas wich one that would make the best time stretch? Is therem a limit in % of BPM where it will sound "bad"? I would really be happy for som input on this subject.