asked Apr 25 '15 at 18:16 by Morgan (141)

edited Apr 28 '15 at 02:16

Is anyone else finding that the tempo and onset detection are a bit inaccurate at the moment?

I agree its not the best. But sometimes its accurate. What i do to get correct tempo if bitwig has wrong is

  1. making the file in raw insteed of streched.

  2. play it and hold alt+ click on beat on play button to get close enougth bpm.

  3. when you think its close, i then open up editor view for audio.

  4. go to strech and activate strech again on clip,

///5. if streach mark is not on first beat, create a strech mark on first beat, right click on strechmark on first beat and select "start audio event here". then move it to 1.1. on time

6 create another strechmark 16 bars or 32 bars where a big change has accoured. strech it to beat.

  1. now press on the first strechmark and information about the bpm between should appear there in inspector when strechmark is selected

I find this very useful to get more accurate bpm if its not correct with bitwigs anylize mode. repport to bitwig techsupport and tell your thoughts.


answered Apr 28 '15 at 19:56 by ronnyrydgren (1.2k)

edited May 02 '15 at 12:16

What about adding functions similar to ableton SET here .... Warp from Here etc ... ?


answered May 25 '15 at 17:35 by MJ (501)

Thank you Thank you Thank You!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This was the only issue I was having with Bitwig and I didn't think about doing that to make it detect the correct tempo. I mentioned to tech support to possibly put in a feature that allows you to easily select a specific segment of the audio clip to help resolve what I believed to be the problem, so maybe they'll figure out something that will make this process a little easier and more fluent.


answered May 24 '15 at 13:08 by Yoyohambone (41)

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