A Warp Process uses the input from one track, but unlike a Warp Region, it can be any length and it creates an output that is sent to a designated track where the time, pitch and other adjustments are made. The input audio is left unchanged.

Warp Processes are set up in the same way as APT and Doubler processes, so their range is determined by the extent of the Warp Process Control block in the Process Control Track - and can include any range from just part of one region to spanning multiple regions and silence section.

Note - if the user wants to have the the adjusted audio in the same track as the input (such as for getting Guide or Doubler inputs corrected "in place"), then Warp Region should be used instead of the Warp Process.

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