Gradual Tempo Shift ...

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Gradual Tempo Shift ...

Postby Rick Huckaby on 12 May 2015, 23:50

I am a professional DJ. I currently use a PC based solution. So far I am more than impressed by the software for Android that your firm supplies. The only function I have not been able to see yet is the ability to SLOWLY do an automatic change from a given tempo to a track's original tempo. There occasions where a track is tempo changed to sync to another. It would be advantageous to have a method to slowly change back to the original tempo. I hope this is a sufficient description of the function I am suggesting. I am looking forward to not having to lug a laptop around anymore!

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Re: Gradual Tempo Shift ...

Postby RoJeC on 13 May 2015, 06:54

Do you mean you haven't found it or isn't it smooth for you.

It's part of the jogwheel functions. From center left/right to jog or up/down to jog.
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Re: Gradual Tempo Shift ...

Postby Rick Huckaby on 14 May 2015, 00:03

Not the function I am looking for ... For Example: I have a track that is currently at say +4.2%. I then would like to see a function that would gradually return it to 0.0% so I wouldn't have to manually change it. Maybe I'm just being lazy! PCDJ and Virtual DJ Both offer this feature! I like to be able to trigger a slow change and move on to the next change. Does this help to clarify?
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Re: Gradual Tempo Shift ...

Postby RoJeC on 14 May 2015, 06:37

This takes away the doubt.. This function isn't there... Yet. Thanks for the explaining and suggestion.
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Re: Gradual Tempo Shift ...

Postby Rick Huckaby on 12 Jun 2015, 02:36

I am still anxiously awaiting new on this function ... For an example get ahold of virtualdj8 and click on the dot next to the pitch slider ... I need this! Please Please Please!
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Re: Gradual Tempo Shift ...

Postby RoJeC on 12 Jun 2015, 05:53

It can be done manually with all the pitch ranges Cross offers. Unless you can provide good motivation it more likely is a 'nice to have' instead of a 'need'....
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