Started by AmericanDiamond, May 07, 2009, 06:00:43
Quote from: "Jojo"And non-integer tempos can easily be used, for example by an alternating Txx-Scheme. For example, for a tempo of 135.5 BPM you could simply put T87 on every second row and T88 on all the others.
Quote from: "Jojo"And what do you mean with "incorporating" Software, please? ModPlug is not a DJ toll primarily, nor a beatmatching software.
QuoteI have no idea how this would work
Quote from: "psishock"...Or think outside the box, transform your samples in any favored wave editor that supports good FFT algorithms, or even better with oscillator synthesis, to your desired exact (decimal-less) bpm, and import it afterwards in ompt. This way the pitch and the waveform will be intact (altered, but unnoticeable, to be exact), and you can do anything you want with it easily, without any future headache within the tracker, like constant bpm changes, tempo hacking, tiresome copy/pastes, etc. Clean and proper job.