flexinoodle, on 14 April 2013 - 10:36 AM, said:
1 Dial in BPM is not working as i stated)
2 Until i actually see proof that tap tempo is working i am assuming that it does not work, it does not work on any of my mp3s (only wavs and the demo content) I have tried digital7 bought MP3s, My own LAME encoded MP3s and also even went to the extreme of torrenting some to make sure i wasn't just losing it (So please somebody show me a video of 4.01 changing the tempo via tap tempo of a pre analysed mp3, and upload the mp3 so i can take a look at the tag and test on my machine, thank you would be very appreciated)
It is great however that autoDJ is working for you, sorry but i have zero interest in autoDJ and would like to use the features as advertised
Do not try and tell me to "Sell my item and use something else" that is not your place to do so, and being a self appointed protector of Gibson achieves nothing whatsoever, perhaps next time you might test properly and help the devs by finding these issues instead of assuming and jumping on me for pointing out something is broken, when oh wait yes it is broken
For the love of f#*% man, from one former Skratchworx writer to another (your last review was in 2009), cut it out. I don't think Mark would appreciate you trying to use your association from years ago as a threat.
Dial in BPM works. Everyone is getting it to work but you. Same with tap. I'm guessing that the problem you are having is that the BPM lines are not falling on the beat. You can correct that in 30 seconds by using the "Shift BPM to cue" function after you adjust. Boom, it goes to the beat.
I don't even work for Stanton anymore, I just am taken aback by the totally immature way you are acting. It is sort of ridiculous.