and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

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and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by peeddrroo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:33 pm

just had that on 8.1.3 doing nothing in particular (just playing some samples of a drum rack).
maybe it's a new feature, i can't tell, we didn't get a changelog...

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by Poster » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:38 pm

weird..

hope you not lost any work?

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by peeddrroo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:42 pm

Poster wrote:weird..

hope you not lost any work?
weird indeed.
i didn't lose any work, although the bug is occuring again and again on this set (even without the sequencer running!). so i just can't work on it anymore (bug report sent, but i'll probably have to wait 3 month for it being fixed)

the tempo field is not even midi-mapped or anything, i don't have any weird routing or m4l device. it just sets to 0BPM on its own.

i would LOVE to see that happen on stage...

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by Pitch Black » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:48 pm

peeddrroo wrote:i would LOVE to see that happen on stage...
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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by Poster » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:50 pm

peeddrroo wrote:i would LOVE to see that happen on stage...
I've always loved your slowdance sets though :)

seriously.. could you try to drag all tracks into a new set and see if it helps?

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by hoffman2k » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:50 pm

:lol:

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by peeddrroo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:54 pm

Poster wrote:
peeddrroo wrote:i would LOVE to see that happen on stage...
I've always loved your slowdance sets though :)

seriously.. could you try to drag all tracks into a new set and see if it helps?
yeah, i'm about to create a new genre. it's not uptempo, not downtempo, it's NOTEMPO. :)

i may have found the culprit. i had automap running since i just updated the OS of my remoteSL. it didn't happen since i turned it off.
not an excuse though.

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by Hidden Driveways » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:00 pm

What happened to the audio when you hit 0 BPM? Did you make the sound barrier (as opposed to breaking it)?

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by shuutobi » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:04 pm

Now the real problem here seems to be, that all the file menu items, have turned into incomprehensible text.
:lol:
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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by peeddrroo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:04 pm

Hidden Driveways wrote:What happened to the audio when you hit 0 BPM? Did you make the sound barrier (as opposed to breaking it)?
i suddenly heard the sound of infinity. a music no man has ever heard before. the ULTIMATE SOUND.
after that, i'll never make a note again.







well, no. it sounded like 20BPM.

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by peeddrroo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:06 pm

shuutobi wrote:Now the real problem here seems to be, that all the file menu items, have turned into incomprehensible text.
:lol:
:lol:

oh mon dieu, c'est vrai!

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by sparkletone » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:20 pm

peeddrroo wrote:we didn't get a changelog...
We did, just not right away...

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by SubFunk » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:34 pm

peeddrroo wrote:well, no. it sounded like 20BPM.
is 20 bpm not the slowest that live can handle?

it means it went down to it's lowest setting while showing 0 bpm?

things like that are so annoying and really keeping you away from using it in important circumstances... oh well...
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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by dum » Wed Apr 28, 2010 2:00 pm

Damn,
I was hoping Ableton introduced tempos lower than 20

Come to think of it, has that been feature-requested yet ?
Pasha wrote:Thanks dum for being so precise.

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Re: and suddenly, time doesn't exist anymore... 0 BPM!!!

Post by SubFunk » Wed Apr 28, 2010 2:01 pm

dum wrote:Damn,
I was hoping Ableton introduced tempos lower than 20

Come to think of it, has that been feature-requested yet ?
i am not 100% sure, but i think 20 bpm is the lowest... ???
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