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    Default Mapping Help with Tempo trick

    Hi guys,

    I am a newbie in this world of mapping.

    I'd like to mapp something but I can get it right. I'd like to hit and hold a button and increase the tempo of the song by 10% and when I release the button I'd like the tempo to go back to the original bpm. Say that I am playing a song at 100bpm, I hit&hold the button the song jumps to 110bpm and when I release it, it goes back to 100bpm again.

    Is it possible?

    Any help much appreciated,

    Cheers

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    DJTT Mapping Ninja Moderator Stewe's Avatar
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    You can map only the Master Clock for direct BPM values. In theory I think this is possible but takes come wizardy to create this function. You need to create a virtual midi port and route MIDI back to Traktor and start a series of events. Or use midi pipe to send multiple events in a single button press.

    Sync Master Clock to track BPM > Increase Master BPM by 10% > Set Master back to Auto + Reset deck BPM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewe View Post
    You can map only the Master Clock for direct BPM values. In theory I think this is possible but takes come wizardy to create this function. You need to create a virtual midi port and route MIDI back to Traktor and start a series of events. Or use midi pipe to send multiple events in a single button press.

    Sync Master Clock to track BPM > Increase Master BPM by 10% > Set Master back to Auto + Reset deck BPM
    Thanks Stewe, it sounds quite pro for me but I'll try to see if I can do it.

    Cheers

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    This is a good question. I will try and get back to you.

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    Cant' you use set master tempo command / "increase" on push / choose an appropriate resolution... and the same but set as "decrease" with the same resolution on release (inverted).
    or for a specific deck the same idea (tempo adjust command)?
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