Why Does Time Stretching in Cubase LE 4 Sound Bad???

Discussion in 'alt.steinberg.cubase' started by The MAN, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. The MAN

    The MAN Guest

    I extrapolated a 16 bit MP3 to 24 bit, when I injected it
    into Cubase. But then the audio file was a bit longer than
    when I don't extrapolate. And, the audio sounds really bad in
    places.

    Then, I tried to time stretch the other tracks, to fit an
    un-extrapolated MP3, and then IT sounds like shit!

    Apparently, this time stretch function doesn't work
    well in Cubase LE 4.
     
    The MAN, Oct 9, 2010
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