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Magma BPM too fast error

Magma bpm compiler

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#1 Tof1998

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Posted July 17, 2016 - 05:40 PM

Hi all, long time lurker , but just joined the forum , im tring to convert Phase Shift songs to con files.


I am offay with reaper, midi  and DAW's in general.........


However, when trying to compile in Magma , i get 25 or so errors telling me that it does not support over 300 bpm, 


Now the only way to prevent this is to change the tempo map , which in turn completly messes up the chart.


Is there something im missing here , or is it a case of charting the song again.


Thanks for any help.



#2 Whizzer

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Posted July 17, 2016 - 09:16 PM

Over 300 bpm is most likely too high. Halving it to somewhere between 100 and 200 would probably work just fine, but you might have to redo your tempo map, then space out your charted notes.


Unless there's a smarter way that I don't yet know about.

#3 Alternity

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Posted July 17, 2016 - 09:22 PM

There's a stretch function on REAPER (to stretch MIDI notes) I don't remember what's the shortcut but google will most likely help you on that end.

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