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I just recorded a bit of ADR and I need to expand the person's syllable about 6 frames longer (he didn't emphasize a word properly - unfortunately it was his first time doing ADR and he didn't have a firm grasp of timing and tempo and I've got to help him out a bit)
What is the best plug-in or method to expand it keeping the pitch the way it is and not adding in many artifacts?
Since Pitch n Time was mentioned, I'll only add that the "v" setting (meaning " for voice") would be the best algorithm for your intended use. Although I will also say that I usually end up having to live with more digital artifacts than i would like when using this tool.
My advice would be to try Elasic Time, which comes with the latest versions of PT. Very easy to use, non-destructive, and pretty forgiving when it coes to long stretches.
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Serato Pitch 'n Time Pro is a great tool for ADR syncing, especially when using the voice time expansion algorithm and the waveform comparison panel.
If you set the preferences for TCE to "male voice" in one of the preferences windows, you can make the stock protools time expansion work better with the material when you are using it as a tool. If it sounds too bad, you can perhaps just stretch it only 4 frames and make the pause between "thou" and "sand" a little longer. You can also cheat a bit by starting the syllable "thou" a frame later, if you can't get rid of the artifacts.