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this Friday and so far, I'm very pleased with this release. From the new window layout to the ability to go straight to mp3 through LAME and some nice drums samples & sounds on the Extra disc.
This is how I do it.Originally posted by lhallam
If I have a drum sample that isn't labelled beats per minute, is there any other way of telling BPM besides guestimating?
I'm using Digital Performer 4.5 on a Mac.
Cool, I'll give it a try tonight, thanks for saving me lots of reading and trial and error.Originally posted by Unburst
This is how I do it.
Trim your sample (I'm assuming it's a loop?) very carefully into exactly a one bar soundbite.
Select the soundbite and choose "Set Soundbite Tempo" from the audio menu.
In the "length" pane enter the length of the loop in beats i.e. 4|000 for a bar of 4/4.
DP will calculate the tempo.
I have been a Pro Tools user for several years and have recently been interested in DP 4.5 . I understand how DP is superior to PT in the MIDI department but I am curious to know about the audio side. Can you give me some examples of what you find "unelegant" about audio in DP 4.5?after working in PT for over a year now it's become really apparent how unelegant DP is in handling audio and how unelegant PT is at handling MIDI.