Remix loops have bad beat grid

beigest
beigest Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

I am trying to make some loops and many times the beat grid in the remix deck totally different from the beat grid set within the main deck so the loops don't align with other ones. If you look at the video here you can see I have a well aligned beat grid but the imported loop in the remix deck has grid points that are in a different spot (I had to post a bad URL below because I am new here but it is valid:

youtube.com/watch?v=MQv07CbU7UQ

Any idea what I'm doing wrong here?

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  • Stevan
    Stevan Traktor Mapping Mod Posts: 1,647 mod

    I usually load them into Track Deck first to analize it and then drag+drop that loop into a Remix Deck Cell.

  • beigest
    beigest Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

    Ya that’s what I’ve done but you can see it seems to ignore the best grid in the track deck once it’s dropped into the remix deck

  • Stevan
    Stevan Traktor Mapping Mod Posts: 1,647 mod
    edited March 17

    I watched the vid now when you said you already tested loop from a Track Deck. It seems that the grid of your deck A is off the beat. (tempo issue).

  • beigest
    beigest Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

    not sure what you mean. It's clear that the grid is aligned to the beat perfectly in the track that is the source for the loop but the loop grid is wrong


  • ErikMinekus
    ErikMinekus Member Posts: 34 Helper
    edited March 18

    But the original loop is ever so slightly off from the track grid, because Snap is disabled. I don’t think that should cause that big misalignment in the sample grid though.

  • Stevan
    Stevan Traktor Mapping Mod Posts: 1,647 mod

    Check the position right behind the loop - it starts to fail there.

  • beigest
    beigest Member Posts: 4 Newcomer

    how do I enable snap? But ya, the offset in the remix deck is much greater than the markers in the deck

  • ErikMinekus
    ErikMinekus Member Posts: 34 Helper
    edited March 18

    In the top middle of the Traktor window, click Snap. Then recreate the loop so it's snapped to the grid.


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