Your first change to the arrangement will be to alter its tempo. Follow this step:

Change the tempo
Figure 3.1.4: The BPM text field on the time–line bar.

  1. Double-click the BPM text field on the time-line bar, type a new value between 30 and 300 and press Enter. Note: You can change the tempo with playback active or stopped.

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Jordi wrote: Apr 8, 2018

@Apollo Johnson: That's not possible, except for audio tracks on the time-line that keep their original tempo. But even if you could, normally you want all your devices and effects synchronized with your tempo.


apollo johnson wrote: Apr 4, 2018

i would like to change the bps on a singular tool


Jordi wrote: Nov 6, 2017

Notes and automation clips (or "regions") always follow the global tempo of your arrangement. Audio loops imported into audio regions with different tempi can be adjusted (without altering pitch) to your tempo by choosing the "“Time stretching” option in the "Audio stretch mode ►" item in the region's context menu.


Shamar Schand wrote: Nov 5, 2017

I know how to change the tempo of the general audio, but I am trying to change the tempo of one particular clip, or loop. It is matching with the tempo of the rest of the song bt it is raising the pitch for the audio. Please help me ASAP.