Ableton's Warping functionality lets you easily timestretch tracks for beatmatching, mash-ups and sampling.
If you're new to Live, especially if you're used to how traditional sequencers and recording packages work, it can be quite difficult to figure out exactly what is happening.
When you import an audio file into Live, the program has to make a fairly complicated assessment of the nature of the audio, and decide what it should do with it.
One of the central purposes of Live is to try to conform disparate audio sources to the tempo of the Live project. This also means that you can change the overall tempo, or draw a changing tempo graph, and the audio will stay in sync. So how exactly is Live treating audio that you add to the project? How does it know the tempo of the audio you drag in?
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