well - it depends on how you are importing each song or section of your project. if you are "beatmapping" (not recommended) there are some settings that you can change in beatmapper info that controls how that item's tempo is handled. the most common way to control tempo within a project is to insert "tempo markers" in the project anywhere that you desire it tempo to change. just single click and place the cursor exactly where you want the marker to appear, then hit the "T" key on the keyboard. it will bring up a window where you can select what BPM you want change to at that point. click "OK" in that window, and the marker will appear and the tempo will change at that point in the project.I am working in Acid pro. How do I adjust the bpm separately for each song?
there are many reasons that we do recommend it, but the biggest being that it is inherently inaccurate and not nearly precise enough. small errors get magnified more and more the farther you get from the original "downbeat". also, older music that was not produced digitally in a modern studio, has way too many tempo variations to assume one measure length for the whole song. some older music recorded by bands that don't have a particularly good drummer will have a different measure length for almost every measure. moral of the story - manually sampling music is always the best option for making the best music.Just wondering why do you not recommend beatmapping?
cheermusicpro said:You lose a generation of quality using the beatmapper and it bogs down your system bc the entire mp3 is loaded into ram when you only need a small clip of it. Manual Sampling is the best way to get your music to transition smoothly and sound clean and clear.
What bpm do you use for...
Thats tough because your routines should vary throughout based on the section. For instance jumps should be slower than running tumbling. But on average, Seniors and Juniors 147-8 Youth 145, Mini and Tiny 141