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#21 Russell_GuitarGuy

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Posted February 4, 2018 - 03:31 AM

Sorry it’s called “Reset BPM”


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#22 Russell_GuitarGuy

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Posted February 5, 2018 - 03:32 PM

I found this link from the Frets on Fire forums. Thing is parts of the ending is missing.

http://www.mediafire...4nbvjb2bvvnefzd



#23 bsbloom

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Posted February 6, 2018 - 12:03 PM

My two cents worth:

 

(1) FoF charts sometimes have little or no tempo mapping.  And sometimes they are just way off.  In either case, you are better off making your own tempo map, and then copy/pasting the FOF chart to your Reaper project.

 

(2) Sometimes the tempo maps are accurate, but some FOF charters like to use little silly tricks to realign things when they go off.  They will stick in a tiny section with a very high BPM.  That is poor practice, and, even worse, messes up Reaper.  The chart will look accurate, but be completely out of sync when you make a con from it.  Again, if that is the case, scrap the tempo map and make your own.



#24 Russell_GuitarGuy

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Posted February 6, 2018 - 01:25 PM

My two cents worth:

 

(1) FoF charts sometimes have little or no tempo mapping.  And sometimes they are just way off.  In either case, you are better off making your own tempo map, and then copy/pasting the FOF chart to your Reaper project.

 

(2) Sometimes the tempo maps are accurate, but some FOF charters like to use little silly tricks to realign things when they go off.  They will stick in a tiny section with a very high BPM.  That is poor practice, and, even worse, messes up Reaper.  The chart will look accurate, but be completely out of sync when you make a con from it.  Again, if that is the case, scrap the tempo map and make your own.

Thanks! :)



#25 raynebc

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Posted February 6, 2018 - 08:44 PM

#2 was because a long time ago, some of the most prominent charting tools (Feedback, earlier versions of EOF) didn't have proper support for non #/4 time signatures, and/or authors didn't use time signatures correctly.




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