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Why would different releases of the same song sometimes be out-of-sync?

It depends on how the "length" is measured. Exactly where does a song "end" that is faded out at the tail (as most popular music seems to be)? Or classical music where the venue ambience is included ...
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Reading emotions from a song

While it's safe to say that most minor scales sound sad opposed to major ones who appear to have a happier quality to them - both major and minor share the same notes (as in A minor scale is the same ...
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How to electronically make a song follow a metronome?

Modern DAW software often includes a feature to build a 'Tempo Map' of recorded audio tracks (your own recorded material or audio imported into the project from elsewhere). A Tempo Map follows the ...
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flstudio - How to not play sound on placing a note in piano roll?

Basically, there seems to be no "simple fix" for this problem of yours. I don't use FL Studio, but I've searched the Reference Manual, help documents and related threads and I can't see an option to ...
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Reading emotions from a song

It won't be one property that will tell you the mood of a song. It will be an amalgamation of things. So I'm not saying each of these will 100% tell you the mood of the song. But they may, in part, ...
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Why would different releases of the same song sometimes be out-of-sync?

Sometimes labels re-record the same song for licencing purposes... it can mean, for example, they don't have to pay the backing musicians royalties - or they re-do something because it turns out a ...
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