Elastic Audio is a relative newcomer to the Pro Tools arsenal of features, and it’s already a favorite for Pro Tools users worldwide. On its face, Elastic Audio enables you to change the timing and pitch of audio in a flexible and nondestructive way, and can give you the same kind of control over your audio that you have over MIDI. When you dig deeper, though, you’ll see that Elastic Audio can be a tweaker’s paradise!
Setting Things Up
In the Chapter 10 Session file, please go to Memory Location #8–Elastic Time.
You can enable, disable, and customize Elastic Audio on a track-by-track basis. To activate Elastic Audio on an Audio track, follow these steps: