Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by mistasfx, Apr 24, 2012.
anyone have a ruff idea??
it depends on the bpm of the tune mate. the pitch control varies the percentage increase on the original bpm of the tune.
so putting a 175 tune @ +3% will give you roughly 180.5
whereas a 170 tune @ +3% will give you roughly 175.1
hope that makes sense....
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i guess given what i said above u could assume that +3 will add roughly 5bpm to the original...
yeah m8 so theres no rule of thumb as it varies depending on what bpm the original tune is? so at 3% a 174bpm tune will have a different increase to a 183bpm tune yeah
Its percentage-wise so it will always be a percentage increase instead of just a straight speed.
and thats if your pitches are calibrated...my 3 are completely different
bpm of track/100 = 1% x whatever percentage + original bpm = answer own question
One of mine slows down when you speed it up.
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