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    Default how would i sync this properly ?

    okay lets say im using 3 decks in tp

    B + D =135 bpm ( elcetro tracks )

    then i want to introduce the fill for a dubstep in deck A

    sync all to 135, but as the fill builds...

    i need to increase to 140ish for the dub track.

    how can i sync all 3 and raise bpm without any glitch ???

    - thanks guys

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    increasing the master deck's tempo will cause (if sync active) that all sync'd decks will follow.

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    Use the master BPM clock and when you want to increase the BPM off all the tracks together just increase the master clock and they will all follow in synch.
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    2 for the price of one - bargains galore here!
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    You don't need to increase the bpm that quickly either. 135-140 isn't that much difference for dubstep.

    Although I would've thought 135 would be a bit quick for electro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post
    Although I would've thought 135 would be a bit quick for electro!
    n'ah.. average speed for breaks/electro stuff is between 130-138 depending on sub-genre. but it works

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    not sure I'd say average. about 99.99999% of electro is at or around 128bpm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullenglishpint View Post
    not sure I'd say average. about 99.99999% of electro is at or around 128bpm.
    might just be the stuff i buy... 'rana june' ears maybe, hear a track and say "that's exactly 131.56383549836351 bpm" and so buy it as it's above 130...


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    thanks guys, and noted most of electro is 128, but i like to speed things up just a little bit i always have my keys set to zero, so no huge difference is made.

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    i really think i need a walk thru its just not working, and i would need to map it as well

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