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Logic's Flex Time and Ableton's Warping are conceptually similar, in that they're timestretching based on markers. In Live, audio is stored in Audio Clips, and the Clip View editor will pop up if you double-click one. Warping is not done from the Arrangement View timeline - it's done within the clip itself. If the Warp switch is engaged on the Sample ...
In Live, the spacebar plays from the start marker position. However, fn + left arrow (OSX) or Home (Win) should move the playhead to the beginning. If you're using a MIDI controller for transport control, you can double-tap the "Stop" button which will return the marker to the beginning as well.
Yes. The tape delay (as well as other delays) has an LFO that modulates the delay time, in turn this will result in a modulation of pitch. Just keep the output on 100% wet, but use the delay as an insert (not a send).
Yes, Pro Tools has something extremely similar. Unlike Pro Tools, Logic does not have playlists. The easiest way to look at a 'playlist' is simply as a 'take'. In Pro Tools, you can either record over the previously recorded region, or each recording can have its own playlist. Even if you didn't use playlists initially, it is easy to tell Pro Tools to ...
As this SE forum is a bit quiet, I asked the question on Avid's forum as well and received this answer "in a word, no." http://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=347327
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