TempoSync Mode Additions



  • Could you add 32nd and 32T values to the TempoSync slider mode please?



  • Yes of course...



  • Alright. I added the new tempo values. I also reordered the values, so you can scroll from slow to fast (previously it was sorted between normal / triplet). However this breaks existing tempo sync stuff (I didn't use it yet in important projects, so it's fine.



  • I'd actually written a little snippet to re-order them in that way myself but a built in solution will be much nicer, great idea!



  • Mmm,,, nahhh, bad idea, this function will be changed anyway (somebody will ask for 1/64, 1/64D etc..).
    Let's choose tempo factor rationally:
    [AMT] ÷ [DUR] × 1920 (by default, 4/4, ticks per bar)
    [ 2 ] ÷ [ 1 ] — breve: 3840 Ticks
    [ 4 ] ÷ [ 3 ] — breve triplet: 2560 Ticks
    [ 5 ] ÷ [ 4 ] — whole and quater: 2400 Ticks
    [ 3 ] ÷ [ 4 ] — 1/2D: 1440 Ticks
    [ 2 ] ÷ [ 3 ] — 1/1T: 1280 Ticks
    [ 3 ] ÷ [ 8 ] — 1/4D: 720 Ticks
    [ 1 ] ÷ [ 3 ] — 1/2T: 640 Ticks
    [ 1 ] ÷ [ 6 ] — 1/4T: 320 Ticks
    [ 1 ] ÷ [ 5 ] — 1/4 QUINTUPLET (Am I Wrong?): 384 Ticks
    [ 3 ] ÷ [16] — 1/8D: 360 Ticks
    [ 1 ] ÷ [ 7 ] — 1/8 SEPTUPLET: 274,(285714) Ticks
    [ 1 ] ÷ [12] — 1/8T: 160 Ticks
    etc..
    I would like to have the opportunity to change both [AMT] & [DUR].



  • The problem I see here is that you have to define the tempo with one value only (so it can be connected to one parameter).

    But to be honest, it is nothing more than a lookup table of factors to determine the time and you can implement a system like this for yourself pretty easily.


 

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