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Old 12-06-2007, 03:16 PM
omoanya omoanya is offline
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Default Elastic tempo bpm values are twice as high as they should be

Hi There -

I imported a live audio instrument track performance into a new PTLE7.4 session and analyzed it and enabled tick base on the track. manually moving the tempo slider speeds up and slows down the track perfectly, only the BPM values are doubled. The source track was about 126 bpms but to get that same tempo for the elastic audio version the tempo slider has to be 252 bpms. Is there anyway to change the scale so that the tempo indication is correct ?

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