I doubt this is going to turn out the way you'd like it to. Realistically, you can only speed up a track so much until it starts effecting the quality of the piece, like 6%-10%. So if you have a track thats originally at 115bpm, you can't just speed it up to 130 and expect it to sound alright. Also, every 6% change in tempo results in a key change, so if your track is originally in the key of F and you speed it up 12%, you're now in the key of G, which certainly effects the overall harmonics. If you're trying to go from 126 to 130, or 124 to 128, you can definitely achieve this without it sounding out of place, but the further away from the original you go, the more unappealing it will sound.
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Last edited by LightsOut on May-07-2012 at 20:13