I need to sync the groove~ object to max4live’s bpm.. what would be the formula please?
Try looking at ‘plugsync~’ it should do the trick.
Thanks for the hint. Plugsync~ gives bpm values but the formula is still missing..
The speed signal can be calculated as ‘actual bpm’ divided by ‘normal bpm’.
thanks broc, but I dont understand what you mean.. con you post an example please?
Here is a patch with the relevant objects.
thanks a lot.. !
Where actual is the tempo of your set and real the tempo of your sound loop ? I don’t get it.
‘normal bpm’ is the original tempo of the sample stored in the referenced buffer. For example in Live, a sample (audio clip) plays at original tempo if the Warp switch is off.
Hi jirko and Broc
I was looking out a solution for a related issue and I would love to see Broc’s patch…
Could any of you re-post the attachment?
All the best!
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