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Please add defaul...
Topic: Please add default BPM view along with the current BPM in library view.
geposted Tue 07 Jun 16 @ 10:02 am
geposted Tue 07 Jun 16 @ 11:23 am
The BPM you pitched to, or the BPM the track is actually currently playing in?
And I know what you mean. Some tracks start with 128 BPM, slow down to somewhere near 95 BPM just to end with 128 again.
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 10:37 am
BPM Studio used to have this but I don't think it's ever been an option in VDJ.
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 10:50 am
#SilverSleek 2 and SilverSleek #3 display it (if you choose to make it visible)
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 11:03 am
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 11:10 am
No, VirtualDj does not provide a "real-time" BPM value (and without being 100% sure I don't think any other modern DJ software does either: Traktor, Serato, Rekordbox)
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 12:31 pm
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 12:46 pm
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 2:08 pm
It would be far easier to have a live BPM option though - that way you could instantly see if a track has variable tempo.
I do find it very strange that DJ software always regards every track as having a single fixed BPM and one key, when there are so many tracks historically that shift around in tempo and key.
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 4:54 pm
I generally kept it on the fixed BPM however it was bloody handy if you were trying to mix disco tracks on the fly as the drum beats are all over the place.
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 5:02 pm
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 5:08 pm
geposted Wed 08 Jun 16 @ 7:16 pm