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BPM match in Vinyl mode?

PostPosted: 16 Apr 2011, 20:16
by lillam
Hi everyone,
ive tried to search older threads for an answer but couldnt find one...

is it possible to match bpms of cued tracks in vinyl mode in any way whatsover??

obviously the decks have their own pitch control, but what would be great is to leave the decks on +0 and have the help of the Match button to get the tracks as close in time as possible...

Re: BPM match in Vinyl mode?

PostPosted: 16 Apr 2011, 21:40
by phadedvision
Use relative mode ;)

Re: BPM match in Vinyl mode?

PostPosted: 17 Apr 2011, 07:42
by boc
that would make no sense at all. why control the tune with vinyl if you match the tempo with a single button? thats what are the records/turntable for

Re: BPM match in Vinyl mode?

PostPosted: 17 Apr 2011, 15:57
by lillam
it would be handy for being a lazy DJ. all you would need do is have the decks on zero, then let the program match the bpms for you, and then you use the decks to bring the track in and out as you require...

this is why a lot of djs are prepitching their mp3s/wavs - say in DNB restretching all their tracks so that they are exactly 176bpm, that way you dont have to worry about getting the tracks in time and jsut concentrate on the mix itself. i thought that mixvibes might be able to do something similiar, especially as it can do it in non-vinyl mode.

Re: BPM match in Vinyl mode?

PostPosted: 17 Apr 2011, 17:53
by boc
lillam wrote:it would be handy for being a lazy DJ. all you would need do is have the decks on zero, then let the program match the bpms for you, and then you use the decks to bring the track in and out as you require...

this is why a lot of djs are prepitching their mp3s/wavs - say in DNB restretching all their tracks so that they are exactly 176bpm, that way you dont have to worry about getting the tracks in time and jsut concentrate on the mix itself. i thought that mixvibes might be able to do something similiar, especially as it can do it in non-vinyl mode.

yes i got your point for the first time its you who seem not getting mine.
why do you need the vinyl if you wanna set the tempo with a button? or... why do you want to set the tempo with a button if you re using vinyl?
see? you want to do the same thing using 2 different methods at the same time

Re: BPM match in Vinyl mode?

PostPosted: 17 Apr 2011, 21:17
by lillam
i dont think we're ever going to understand one another boc! :mrgreen:

i want to set the tempo with a button so i dont have to use the decks pitch adj
i want to use vinyl because i love vinyl and turntables and my mixer, and because i have more control over the mix process using vinyl/decks/mixer setup

if there's no way of doing it im going to have to try and reprocess my mp3s to the same bpm...
:cool:

Re: BPM match in Vinyl mode?

PostPosted: 18 Apr 2011, 09:34
by sylMV
We don't even know which piece of software you are using ...
Please put your serial number in your profile !