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BDS

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Im working on a project and i need to know if its worth carrying on with.

Im looking to start at 135bpm then halfway through up the bpm to 150 after a breakdown then further in do the same up to 170/175ish.

any way you can do this in fruity?
 

Fratanize

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you right click the bpm box and add automation clip. then raise the bar to the speed you want. Might have to restretch your samples. Not done it yet myself.
Experiment mate. Nice idea as long as the tune does not lose its flow.
 

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i had a similar idea today, i'm thinking of making a track that starts off at 87 bpm which would be hip hop then switching to 174bpm for drum and bass..
 
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BDS

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yeh mines gonna go dubstep, jungle techno, dnb.

task and a half tho haha

just wanted a descent transition piece like chase and status had for judgement on the dnbarena vs innovation set
 
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