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Play back problem

After recording an audio track and play it back it sounds sped up and it has a higher tempo please help thank you

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At the top center of your screen right above the Play and Record buttons you'll see the tempo indicator. It will read 120.00 BPM or some number like that. Click on the 120.00. You'll get the number with up and down arrows to the right. Click on the arrows to increase or decrease tempo. Or you can hit the backspace ey and type in the tempo you want. Try changing it 10 beats at a time.

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  • KromeDome Feb 14, 2009

    At the top center of your screen right above the Play and Record buttons you'll see the tempo indicator. It will read 120.00 BPM or some number like that. Click on the 120.00. You'll get the number with up and down arrows to the right. Click on the arrows to increase or decrease tempo. Or you can hit the backspace ey and type in the tempo you want. Try changing it 10 beats at a time.

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