Manually Setting BPM in Traktor
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    Default Manually Setting BPM in Traktor

    I didnt want to have to post a new thread...but i couldnt find anything in the search function. I never can. Never helps. thats too bad.

    I'm having difficulty as traktor keeps importing and analyzing my traks on startup and assigning these songs BPMs of like 97.60 or 103.45 when I know these songs to be around 125 or 127.
    I was just wondering if there is anyway i can reset the BPM of the track?
    ( and if these has come up before could someone point me in the right direction)
    cheers

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    Search for Traktor beatgridding. I think the DJTT site has a couple of good tutorials on it.
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    Lately Ean has done some video ı think you can use it .

    http://www.djtechtools.com/2012/04/2...s-eans-method/
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    just tap the tempo in using traktors tap tempo feature

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliosky View Post
    just tap the tempo in using traktors tap tempo feature
    exactly this, you have to make sure you can view everything on the decks and click on grid, then on the right there will be a big TAP button, just TAP to the tempo and whala the tempo will change.

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