asked Apr 24 '16 at 22:50 by LFO (40)

edited Apr 24 '16 at 22:53

So, I would not have even known this had my project not somehow changed bpm to, yes, 666. This has happened on 2 occasions, maybe I hit it, but maybe is a bug? I can say it happened on both occasions when I was importing an audio track to the arrangement and suddenly the time stretch sounded crazy fast. Upon looking I see my BPM is at 666 which is of course Max BPM.

Is this a inside BWS joke, seriously or is Satan living in my DAW. If so, I would like to make a deal.

I've experienced this too but thankfully not since the 1.3.9 update. For me it happens after a crash. I open the project that crashed and voila 666 bpm. I too wondered if it was an inside joke. Better that than a possessed rig.


answered May 30 '16 at 10:10 by Dalflatt (81)

It happened to me once as well. Thank God I wasn't experiencing a psychosis or I would have stayed away from my DAW for months.


answered Jan 06 '17 at 05:59 by sophistik (31)

lol that's funny, can't say it's ever happened to me before. Take it up to tech support?


answered May 29 '16 at 07:34 by pheelter (21)

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