I've spent a lot of hours trying to figure this one out but no luck so far.
I'm editing a short film with a camera movement that speeds up really fast, almost stops and goes in slow motion and finally speeds up again at hits something. I want to illustrate this in the sound design. So I want to speed up a reverse/woosh sound and slow it down at the appropriate places.
How is this easily done?
This is what I've already tried:
1.) It doesn't seem that Cubase or Logic has a speed function. Is it right, that it only can time strech and pitch shift but not speed it up/down?
2.) I tried using the FCP time remap for a video clip with audio, but it won't work for the sound. When trying to speed change an audio file alone it won't either. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
3.) I can change the speed of an audio clip in Adobe Premiere Pro, but only one speed for the whole clip. I really need to make the appropiate variable speeds (turning the speed down from quick to slow) but this doesn't seem to work for audio - only the video.
4.) I tried using SoundTrack Pro 3 but can't seem to find anything that works...
Any help or suggestions would nice
Thanks in advance,