Forum: Wishes and new features
Wishes and new features
Automix - Setting...
Topic: Automix - Setting for fixed BPM during Automix - Page: 1
in Automix-Mode it is not possible to set a fixed BPM for the List, just fixed percentage of the Pitch.
F.e.: I want a mix in 128 BPM and using tracks with (original) 120-130 BPM, but at the moment the tempo varies between the songs.
It would be great to set the BPM to 128 and the Automix varies the Pitch-Percentage - perhaps only in Dual-Deck-Automix.
Is it possible to set an option, which mix-routine I want to use ?
Posted Wed 13 Jul 16 @ 2:10 pm
If you do that, then the BPM difference between tracks won't be that noticeable. Once you have your list organized, you can rearrange things a bit. Keep similar BPMs together though. I think it's recommended that you don't make more than a 2-5 BPM difference between tracks.
Hope that idea helps a little.
Posted Wed 13 Jul 16 @ 2:51 pm
That's the reason for the different BPM's.
And that's a wish from me for a future release :-)))
Posted Wed 13 Jul 16 @ 3:04 pm
raypitman [germany] is the man to ask as he's the one who used the solution, I haven't seen him online for a while
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 8:03 am
I'm still around, but I think that the OP wants the mix to remain at a constant BPM of let's say 128, whereas your super bit of scripting just maintains a constant pitch deviation thru the whole playlist.
With the right settings it's possible to achieve what Ragman is asking for semi manually, but it doesn't work(or at least I havn't found a way of doing it) in AM.
So +1 from me for his suggestion
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 10:29 am
you're absolutely right. That's what I want :-)
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 10:55 am
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 11:19 am
at present in AM(with BPM match enabled) the outgoing track and the incoming track get matched through a combination of BPM + and - in the middle of the transition, but the incoming track returns to its original BPM.
So what is being asked for here is the option to have only the incoming track to match the BPM of the outgoing track(without that changing)
hey presto ... AM fixed at a constant BPM value, and lots of happy campers 'cause I'm sure that I've seen this being talked about a lot on the forum over the years ;-)
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 1:07 pm
Little correction: At the moment both tracks are going to the Pitch-Percentage in relation of the original BPM of the incoming track.
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 1:57 pm
yeah, I think that's the same thing just said in different words LOL
at the end of the day it just comes down to having the new track come in automatically at the exact same BPM of the outgoing track, or have I missed something there?
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 2:05 pm
Nothing missed :-)
The incoming track has to run completely on the same BPM of the outgoing track.
Posted Thu 14 Jul 16 @ 2:14 pm
Posted Sat 16 Jul 16 @ 7:44 am
I've tried a few work arounds [ a rsi script 'fighting' automix with the pitch slider] but I've not found a consistent solution
Posted Sat 16 Jul 16 @ 6:43 pm
Posted Tue 29 Nov 16 @ 5:04 pm
Posted Wed 30 Nov 16 @ 1:44 pm
Thx in advance!
Posted Mon 25 Dec 17 @ 4:14 pm
Posted Tue 03 Apr 18 @ 10:47 am
Nice to see this Option in the Future too.
Posted Tue 03 Apr 18 @ 11:22 am
there is a script that is doin something, but not beatlocking the tracklist. ( bpm is jumpin up and down )
may someone who has better knowlegde about scripts can do the modification on that one.
var_equal "AMpWA" 0 ? off & set "AMpWA" 1 & repeat_start_instant "AMpitcher" 33ms & load_pulse ? repeat_start_instant "pitchRem" 1000ms 1 & pitch & param_cast & set "AMpitch" : get_var "AMpitch" & param_cast & pitch : blink & set "AMpWA" 0 & repeat_stop "AMpitcher"
Posted Tue 03 Apr 18 @ 2:15 pm
Posted Thu 26 Jul 18 @ 10:01 am