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How can i Time Stretch WITH pitch change?

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The Wwise Time Stretch effect only has the option to time stretch without altering the pitch, which add's a lot of artifacts and is less than ideal for something like a slow motion mode.

Using pitch shifter and time stretcher together to bring the pitch down manually helps somewhat with the slow motion effect, but still leaves a lot of artifacts.

Has anyone else solved this? Feel like this is such a basic feature that i must be missing something.

asked Jan 24, 2017 in General Discussion by Joel R. (210 points)
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Question, is there any video online about how to use the time stretch effect properly?

I got a question that I might be able to solve when I see visually!

Thanks!

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I think what you are looking for is the "Pitch" control in the General Settings TAB of the Sound Property Editor.

For more info click here and look for "Voice Pitch"

Hope this helps

 

-M

answered Jan 24, 2017 by Maximilien S. (1,460 points)
selected Jan 24, 2017 by Fabien B. (Audiokinetic)
Thanks for the answer! Quite obvious when you say it. I always assumed that the general settings pitch preserved time :)
All good :) Happy to help.
Hello!

How are you?

Question, is there any video online about how to use the time stretch effect properly?

I got a question that I might be able to solve when I see visually!

I haven't had a lot of luck finding a video of this effect specifically online!

Thanks!
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