Log Function...I think?


    Aug 16 2007 | 12:01 am
    Hi all,
    I have a brain cracking equation I can't workout, but I'm sure someone here can.
    I want to work out a formula for scaling bpm to milliseconds.
    example: 30 bpm = 2000 milliseconds (argument in metro) 60 bpm = 1000 120 bpm = 500 240 bpm = 250 etc.
    I believe this could placed in expr but I have no knowledge of that kind of language. Any thoughts?
    Kel

    • Aug 16 2007 | 12:06 am
      60,000/bpm = milliseconds per beat
      /dan
      Quote: kelsmusic wrote on Wed, 15 August 2007 18:01 ---------------------------------------------------- > Hi all, > > I have a brain cracking equation I can't workout, but I'm sure someone > here can. > > I want to work out a formula for scaling bpm to milliseconds. > > example: 30 bpm = 2000 milliseconds (argument in metro) > 60 bpm = 1000 > 120 bpm = 500 > 240 bpm = 250 > etc. > > I believe this could placed in expr but I have no knowledge of that > kind of language. Any thoughts? > > Kel > > ----------------------------------------------------
    • Aug 16 2007 | 12:08 am
      or... you could use the [tempo] object... which accepts bpm as an argument to set the tempo
      /dan
      Quote: doctor op wrote on Wed, 15 August 2007 18:06 ---------------------------------------------------- > 60,000/bpm = milliseconds per beat > > /dan > > > Quote: kelsmusic wrote on Wed, 15 August 2007 18:01 > ---------------------------------------------------- > > Hi all, > > > > I have a brain cracking equation I can't workout, but I'm sure someone > > here can. > > > > I want to work out a formula for scaling bpm to milliseconds. > > > > example: 30 bpm = 2000 milliseconds (argument in metro) > > 60 bpm = 1000 > > 120 bpm = 500 > > 240 bpm = 250 > > etc. > > > > I believe this could placed in expr but I have no knowledge of that > > kind of language. Any thoughts? > > > > Kel > > > > > ---------------------------------------------------- > > ----------------------------------------------------
    • Aug 16 2007 | 2:13 am
    • Aug 16 2007 | 7:37 am
      !/60000.
      bpm in, equivalent in ms per beat out.