jed no ones bickering except you weve just stated what it says on proverbial tin your the 1 denying it. i get 5 in 100 that bpm wrong and usually because they have a beatless intro and drop 4 bars before the main drop or have used weird encoders other than that its usually spot on as i can manually bpm the old way nodding my head and tapping my finger and get same results
ive tested on my own tracks ive made knowing what bpm i made them at and its pretty much bang on everytime.if you can nod your head in rhythm dont see why a pc cant
My Name isn't Jed it's the Number three (3) Not the letter (E)
im just stating facts and the obvious !
the song at 33rpm sounds about right to me you can actually hear the samples
clearly and they dont sound to time stretched and frantic!
Personal computers dont have Brains they have CPU's there is a great amount of difference
between the two. Humans have to command the computer to instruct and execute.
if ive got my maths right it would be 60.680000000000000000000000000016 bpm at 33/3rd dont need another encode to know thats 88 house
wouldn't that be 121.36 ?
DJ-DR34DNOUGHT wrote:just run a bpm checker on it and its in the range of bpm for that era its fine its running at 82 slightly fast maybe dunno if you recorded on zero pitch but it would sound a lot further off at 33
DJ-DR34DNOUGHT wrote:lot of tunes in that year come in the range of 78 to 83 smells like the roach is burnings is ridiculously fast i used bpm checker not my usual prog as i couldnt load mp3 to scan but its usually very close
the doctor and tik tak - roach is burning remix runs at 89.2
you keep referring to the range inaccurately
there is no and has never been any house / hardcore / dnb / jungle at these speeds
so i guess you should stick to nodding your head as you say
as your bpm counter doesn't seem to be working.