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Inserting Audio = warped slow speed

Discussion in 'Recording' started by hxckid88, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. hxckid88

    hxckid88 Active Member

    I was trying to insert a finish product into a new project using Cubase LE, so that I could add some effects to the whole song and try and make the song louder in general...

    But everytime i insert the audio it turns out like slowed down and warped, I dont know why it does this, or if I'm supposed to set something? Whats going on here = /

    Since were on the topic, I asked this before, but I'm still not understanding it. How do I get my song louder without major distortion? It seems I have to turn my speakers up REALLY loud compared to if I listened to a CD/mp3 that I bought.
  2. Massive Mastering

    Massive Mastering Well-Known Member

    The "loud" part is easy - Experience, experience, experience and a good mastering engineer. :lol:

    There are those that'll say "throw a limiter on it" and to a point, yes. That's a valid thought. However, it takes an experienced engineer to make a mix that will *handle* that kind of volume. It doesn't happen by itself. So that's something to shoot for.

    The other part - Sounds like you have a mis-match on the sample rate.
  3. hxckid88

    hxckid88 Active Member

    Aw, youre supposed to tell me "press this button and you'll automatically get perfect levels!"

    Haha just kidding, okay, I understand... Well I don't, but I understand what my goal is... I'll get there.

    How would I go about fixing that(as far as the sample rate)? Any idea? Thanks :)
  4. Massive Mastering

    Massive Mastering Well-Known Member

    It'd be in the manual somewhere. If there's a quickstart guide, it'll definitely be covered in there.

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