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Hello,

I understand time code (time, right?), but what is bar/beat?

How does AD know what the beat is?

It looks like the Bar is just and evenly spaced amount of time?

Can someone explaint to me when I would use timecode vs bar/beat?

Thanks,

Vp0
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Hello Vp0 -

ADR doesn't automatically determine BPM (Beats per Minute). If you need it, you have to show ADR what the beat is.

The help file explains in more detail.

To be honest I've never tried that feature, but I'll test it at my earliest convenience.

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Quote Hello Vp0 -

ADR doesn't automatically determine BPM (Beats per Minute). If you need it, you have to show ADR what the beat is.

The help file explains in more detail.

To be honest I've never tried that feature, but I'll test it at my earliest convenience.

PIX


Thank for replying PIX !!!

Looking forward to your discoveries!

I tried the BPM feature...however, I think I lack rhythm.

This screen popped up:
to determine the tempo tap several quarter notes to the beat of the music by clicking the [Tap] button or pressing the "T" button on your keyboard"

I tried that and I seem to be off the beat (the metronome does not 'click' when I think it should, but when I did the tapping, it seemed right.

The BPM is fluctuating between 42-48 BPM

The song I working with is Joan Osbournes "One of us"

I did a search for the song and 'bpm'found this: it was 88
Another site showed 175 bpm, 87bpm and 135 pm.

Looks like was i was close to the half way mark...


Sorry, I am unable to attach images

Hope this helps

Thanks!

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