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kcdp
Posted 2012-11-13 3:25 AM (#15382)
Subject: tempo in standalone version



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hi guys and thanx to chris for this good software!

there is one stupid question: how i can change song tempo (bpm) in standalone version (of course free edition)? i can't find it in preferences or command list...

sorry for my bad english!
take care
maksim
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kcdp
Posted 2012-11-13 8:58 AM (#15383 - in reply to #15382)
Subject: Re: tempo in standalone version



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ok guys! i dig into the posts and find the answers no problems!

peace
maksim
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chrisnash
Posted 2012-11-13 9:25 AM (#15384 - in reply to #15383)
Subject: Re: tempo in standalone version



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Hi Maksim,

Yeah, the built-in documentation is usually a few .x versions behind.

It's always a good fall-back to look at the changelog (in readme.txt) and then look up the .x version's announcement - which usually explains any new features added.

For those stumbling across this thread later: the answer to Maksim's question is to use the @xx effect to set the tempo (where xx is the tempo, in bpm, specified in hex).

Best,
Chris
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