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Master Tempo Yay Or Nay

Psy_Clone
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Posted : Jul 17, 2009 18:43:22
Been looking for a thread like this but didnt find one so...
Do you or dont you use the master tempo?
I saw alot of people saying that master tempo ruins the mix and i heard from alot of
people that it can make the mixes easier and sound better.
So what do you think?
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supergroover
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Posted : Jul 18, 2009 02:08
yay if you don't pitch alot, nay if you pitch more than 2-3 %.
Dennis the menace
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Posted : Jul 18, 2009 10:40
yay if you pitch alot, nay if you dont pitch more than 3%.
Thats where the key changes if im not mistaken :>
Shiranui
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Posted : Jul 19, 2009 04:10
Depends on your equipment.

Master tempo on CDJ-1000MK3 sounds okay.
Master tempo on CDJ-200 sounds like garbage.

Master tempo (it's not called that tho) in ableton sounds amazing.
Psy_Clone
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Posted : Jul 20, 2009 15:43
what about CDJ100?
which in most of the parties this is what you get.           Now say the magic words: Bleep Bleep Deep Deep Wham.....
Shiranui
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Posted : Jul 21, 2009 00:14
Quote:

On 2009-07-20 15:43, Psy_Clone wrote:
what about CDJ100?
which in most of the parties this is what you get.

Perhaps people should pressure those who throw parties to invest in something less out of date, then!

Nobody ever uses CDJ100s outside of the psytrance scene anymore. Every electronic music event I've gone to other than a psytrance party has had at least CDJ200, almost always either 800 or 1000
ultraviolence
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Posted : Jul 21, 2009 07:58
Never use master tempo, mangles the sound due to the algorithms it uses. Try adjusting it heavily and hear the floating bass and treble beginning to emerge.           -------------- Dark & Twisted Night Psy --------------
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full_on
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Posted : Jul 22, 2009 20:44
I tend to avoid it as much as I can.

When practicing at home, between more than a hundred mixes, as far as my ears could tell only 2 or 3 of them got any improvement with master tempo. However, I tend to avoid pitching more than 2.5%.

Try yourself and trust your ears.
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Freeflow
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Posted : Jul 22, 2009 22:14
i guess you cant beatmacth all the time... sometimes its maybe smarter to make a short break or something else... but its tricky this stuff when you gonna make a gang of people trance out and have a steady beat but all tracks you wanna play has different tempo...
Sakyamuni
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Posted : Jul 23, 2009 21:19
I use sometimes when I have a short time to mix and the track that I'm mixing have a striking melody.

If the two songs are synchronized, OK, no need to use.

But if I have to be using the jog to synchronize, it is advisable.
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polly
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Posted : Dec 10, 2009 15:44
Quote:

On 2009-07-23 21:19, Sakyamuni wrote:
I use sometimes when I have a short time to mix and the track that I'm mixing have a striking melody.

If the two songs are synchronized, OK, no need to use.

But if I have to be using the jog to synchronize, it is advisable.





havent ever thought of it that way, so with master tempo i can make corection without efecting sound so much?? as master tempo corests tone of as i'm speeding up or slowing down with jog?? got to try it out at home           http://www.myspace.com/polly_potb
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polly
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Posted : Dec 10, 2009 15:45
Quote:

On 2009-07-20 15:43, Psy_Clone wrote:
what about CDJ100?
which in most of the parties this is what you get.




there is no mastertmepo or what ever in 100s
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Zoopy
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Posted : Dec 13, 2009 10:42
Quote:

On 2009-12-10 15:45, polly wrote:
Quote:

On 2009-07-20 15:43, Psy_Clone wrote:
what about CDJ100?
which in most of the parties this is what you get.




there is no mastertmepo or what ever in 100s






Yeah there is. It makes it sound awful.
supergroover
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Posted : Dec 13, 2009 23:12
Polly needs to look again: http://i.testfreaks.co.uk/images/products/600x400/1/pioneer-cdj-100s.458241.jpg


Partyterrorist
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Posted : Dec 14, 2009 05:28
I like it to pitch tracks in higher bpm regions... Sometimes it doesn't work and sounds awful but often I realize that a boring (or to slow for my taste) track sounds really exiting and rather different on higher speed. I think it's just a question of personal taste...
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