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  • #27389
    djdubceast49
    djdubceast49
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    How do I actually edit the beatgrid? The downbeat on almost all of my tracks are in the wrong positions and those same tracks BPM(s) are incorrect.

    #27390

    Ryan Sherr
    Keymaster

    It’s not editable at this time, but that’s certainly on our massive ‘to-do list’. You can edit BPM’s however, just click the little ‘gear’ icon next to the BPM displayed in the deck/s section to edit/tap out the BPM. However, I don’t think we’ve ever had someone suggest that the downbeat is wrong nearly that much of the time. What format of music are you mixing, mostly? Are you using DEX 3.13.0.6? You can also try this with the new beta – DOWNLOAD FOR WINDOWSDOWNLOAD FOR MAC (install with existing version closed to update).

    #27391
    djdubceast49
    djdubceast49
    Participant

    Im mostly mixing hip hop and r & b and I will try the beta. Thank you in advance.

    #27392

    Ryan Sherr
    Keymaster

    Also, try disabling “steady rhythm BPM detection in options (under general) – which isn’t always great for R&B/Hip Hop.

    #27393
    djdubceast49
    djdubceast49
    Participant

    It was already disabled, then I enabled, then I disabled again…No change. This should have been the FIRST thing that should have been implemented, but overall the program is awsome!

    #27394

    Ryan Sherr
    Keymaster

    The “First Thing” is highly debatable, depending on who you ask and what type of DJing you do, but I understand. The way the beat grid works is fairly ‘new’. We’ll get there.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by  Ryan Sherr.
    #27425
    djdubceast49
    djdubceast49
    Participant

    I appreciate the input and the assistance, but for time being, ill wait until the program has the edit bpm function. I will use my other programs in the meantime.

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