Go to the position where you want to insert a new tempo. Open tempo 
operation window with option numpad 2 and create a constant tempo. You 
can open it from the event operation menu as well.

Then it'll immediately jump to whatever tempo you created.

Watch out for the conductor.


Chi



On 8/8/2017 5:12 PM, Chris Smart wrote:
> so how do I insert a tempo change?
>
> At 02:48 PM 8/8/2017, you wrote:
>> I should have clarified.
>>
>> I don't need it to gradually slow down. I need it to directly go from 
>> that 84 to an immediate 64BPM. I don't need a slope/curve in the 
>> tempo, unless that's not, by curve, what you meant, at which point, 
>> my apology.
>> ---
>> Christopher Gilland
>> Co-founder of Genuine Safe Haven Ministries
>>
>> <http://www.gshministry.org>http://www.gshministry.org
>> (980) 500-9575
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: <mailto:chigook...@hotmail.com>Chi Kim
>> To: <mailto:ptaccess@googlegroups.com>ptaccess@googlegroups.com
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 10:24 AM
>> Subject: Re: It's paramount! that I learn this task: Tempoing
>>
>> Chris, check out the tempo operation window.
>>
>> You can change the constant to different curves for tempo changes.
>>
>>
>> Chi
>>
>>
>>
>> On 8/8/2017 9:32 AM, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote:
>>> Guys,
>>>
>>> I know this has been discussed before, but I'm seeming to not be 
>>> able to get this to work.
>>>
>>> Hopefully, one of you all can tell me step by step the process to 
>>> make this work.
>>>
>>> In ProTools, here's what we got going here.
>>>
>>> I've got the song She's Not Cryin' Anymore by Billy Ray Cyrus, which 
>>> I've arranged totally by hand from scratch.
>>>
>>> For those of you who don't know the structure of this song, it's OK. 
>>> I'm gonna explain, don't worry.
>>>
>>> The song is your basic slow country 4/4 signature song which I am 
>>> doing in the key of B mager. Don't ask why not C. That's irrelavent.
>>>
>>> Anyway, I'm doing the song with an 84BPM constant tempo. That is...
>>>
>>> Up until the very very last tag of the song. The ending where he 
>>> repeats the phrase:
>>>
>>> There's a smile upon her face, a new one takes my place, she's not 
>>> cryin' anymore.
>>>
>>> On the word any more, on more, specifically, the song ends by going 
>>> to the root chord which of corse is B, then to the 4, which is E, 
>>> then back down to a single held B chord to end the song.
>>>
>>> What happens here is once that bar hits, which is at bar 77, and 
>>> carries to the end of the song at bar 78, so basically, those last 
>>> two bars of the song, there is a retard. So, normally, again, the 
>>> song is at 84BPM. What I want is starting at bar 77, and finnishing 
>>> the whole rest of the session, I want the tempo to constantly drop 
>>> from the constant 84BPM down to 64BPM.
>>>
>>> Yes, I do have a click track in this song, and I have ProTools set 
>>> to give me a 2 bar count in. Note that this count in is not actually 
>>> recorded into the song. I'm using numpad 7 to turn on the click 
>>> track, then numpad 8 to toggle on the count in.
>>>
>>> Any help with this would be appreciated. In the long run, I'm gonna 
>>> have to teach my student how to do this. So, better I learn now, 
>>> before we get to that point, that way, I'm prepared.
>>>
>>> Chris.
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