More accurate way of tempo change via autmation clip?

Please report Windows related issues here

Return to “Technical Support (Windows)”

Forum rules
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ANNOUNCEMENT

We know many of you are locked-in or under quarantine restrictions at the moment. Our support staff are based in Europe, so they too are being affected by the current situation. We appreciate your patience during this difficult time as we may not be able to respond to support requests quickly as we would like.

Image-Line Management Team

WE NEED DETAILS: Your problems will be addressed faster if you follow these suggestions:

  1. Update - Before anything else, download and install the latest version of FL Studio from here. Your bug may be fixed already!
  2. Specific information - a) FL Studio version & build number, b) what you are doing and what happens exactly, c) step-by-step instructions how reproduce the problem.
  3. Screenshots - Another great way to demonstrate issues. Get a free screenshot app here. Include images using the 'Attachments' tab, at the bottom of the post edit window.
  4. A video - The best way of demonstrating many issues. Get a free recorder here. Include mp4 videos to your post from the 'Attachments' tab, at the bottom of the post edit window.
  5. Use English - Google Translate your post. Short simple sentences in your original language translate best. We are happy to work this way, no need to worry.

NOTE: Technical Support is ONLY available Monday - Friday (9 am to 5 pm Central European Time), thank you.
[You can only see part of this thread as you are not logged in to the forums]
GloStix
Sat Mar 22, 2008 7:34 pm

x

More accurate way of tempo change via autmation clip?

I'm trying to change the tempo of my song via automaton clip but I'm trying to get it to 145bpm but if I move 1 px up it goes to 146 and if I go 1 px down it goes to 143.
Is there a way I can make it 145? WITHOUT do the record automation way?

nucleon
Sat Mar 22, 2008 7:41 pm

x

Set the Min and Max knobs to a smaller range on...
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

GloStix
Sat Mar 22, 2008 7:45 pm

x

thank you greatly :3

psi
Mon Mar 24, 2008 12:48 am

x

another way to do this is to set the tempo manu...


Return to “Technical Support (Windows)”