Boss GP-10 F.A.Q.
Started by Magic Russ, July 30, 2022, 10:58:55 AM
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Quote from: Boisdelac on April 08, 2023, 04:02:57 AMI'm unable to tap in the same BPM twice in a row. There is always a slight difference between the two attempts. That means to me, I use preprogrammed BPM values, or receive the BPM via MIDI.In live situations there is no time to look for an exact BPM, and nobody will mention the difference between 120 and 125 BPM. If your BPM is off the beat, tap again.
Quote from: Boisdelac on April 08, 2023, 10:52:14 PMTapping the BPM is senseless, if you can controll your BPM only once.Tap as many times you like, until the BPM is synced with the beat. If the BPM changes, tap again.
Quote from: Boisdelac on April 09, 2023, 11:48:12 PMI use a kind of "Brain May" doubling to have a second voice when playing a certain guitar solo part. A Shorts time before playing the solo, i tap the actual tempo, to get the delay in sync with the drummers beat.If I tap e.g. 120BPM or 125BPM there is only a difference 20ms per quarter. So I don't need a display for the BPM in live situations.In studio you need a midi master clock to sync all device, if you really want to...