Bpm

Bruno André
Bruno André Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

I use the pitch scale Traktor pro 3 and Traktor DJ 2 0.7% which gives 145bpms, 1.4 which gives 146bpms, but when I pass the 150bpms the scale of 0.7% gives 151.01 not being right. There is something I can do?

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  • Markovicz
    Markovicz Customer Care Posts: 381 mod
    Answer ✓

    Hi @Bruno André,

    do you experience with any given track or only with one or certain ones?

  • lord-carlos
    lord-carlos Member Posts: 2,017 Expert
    edited May 2023 Answer ✓

    What do you expect to happen?

    151.05? Is the 0.04 bpm difference the problem?

    What is it you are trying to do?

  • Sûlherokhh
    Sûlherokhh Member Posts: 1,467 Expert
    edited May 2023 Answer ✓

    The answer is to be found in how many digits the real number is defined to show.

    If it is set to show 1 position after the decimal point, this is what you get:

    • 145 bpm * 1.007 (+0.7%) = 146.015 bpm (round to 146 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.014 (+1.4%) = 147.03 bpm (round to 147 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.021 (+2.1%) = 148.045 bpm (round to 148 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.028 (+2.8%) = 149.06 bpm (round to 149.1 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.035 (+3.5%) = 150.075 bpm (round to 150.1 bpm)

    In every instance, the true value of the number is not an integer.

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  • Markovicz
    Markovicz Customer Care Posts: 381 mod
    Answer ✓

    Hi @Bruno André,

    do you experience with any given track or only with one or certain ones?

  • Bruno André
    Bruno André Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

    With all de.

  • Bruno André
    Bruno André Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

    With all the Tracks.

  • lord-carlos
    lord-carlos Member Posts: 2,017 Expert
    edited May 2023 Answer ✓

    What do you expect to happen?

    151.05? Is the 0.04 bpm difference the problem?

    What is it you are trying to do?

  • Bruno André
    Bruno André Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

    I use 0.0% this gives 145bpm, 0.7% this gives 146bpm, 1.4% this gives 147bpm. When the pitch exceeds 150 bpm, it is not right, using the 7% pitch scale.

  • Sûlherokhh
    Sûlherokhh Member Posts: 1,467 Expert
    edited May 2023 Answer ✓

    The answer is to be found in how many digits the real number is defined to show.

    If it is set to show 1 position after the decimal point, this is what you get:

    • 145 bpm * 1.007 (+0.7%) = 146.015 bpm (round to 146 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.014 (+1.4%) = 147.03 bpm (round to 147 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.021 (+2.1%) = 148.045 bpm (round to 148 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.028 (+2.8%) = 149.06 bpm (round to 149.1 bpm)
    • 145 bpm * 1.035 (+3.5%) = 150.075 bpm (round to 150.1 bpm)

    In every instance, the true value of the number is not an integer.

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