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Master Tempo Yay Or Nay

polly
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Posted : Dec 14, 2009 22:16
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On 2009-12-13 23:12, supergroover wrote:
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supergroover
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Posted : Dec 15, 2009 00:58
How can we be sure YOU are not photoshopped?
GyPsynate
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Posted : Dec 16, 2009 01:06
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Shiranui
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Posted : Dec 16, 2009 23:00
Master tempo is a good effect but sucks for its intended purpose

It works fine for acapellas and pure melody tracks but it absolutely destroys drums.

It's great to combine with 50% pitch range and do that trippy super-slowdown though. (Just don't overuse it!)
Basilisk
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Posted : Dec 18, 2009 19:55
Master tempo is really handy if you are mixing harmonically. You should understand that different decks (and software) have different quality algorithms. Also, master tempo performs differently when you are pitching up vs pitching down. With CDs, pitching up on master tempo removes frames whereas pitching down synthesizes new frames (based on existing audio data). As a result, you can pitch up more than you can pitch down before encountering noise artifacts and other problems.

I always mix using master tempo within a 2 or 3 BPM range. I also pitch tracks up, not down, regardless of whether it is the incoming track or the track already playing out on the system. End result is super-smooth harmonic mixing with no artifacts.
Dennis the menace
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Posted : Dec 18, 2009 21:47
It can also come handy if you want the fatboy slim effect,
Using the wide pitch to slow the track down about 90-99% with the master tempo turned on
Shiranui
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Posted : Dec 22, 2009 22:40
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On 2009-12-18 19:55, Basilisk wrote:
As a result, you can pitch up more than you can pitch down before encountering noise artifacts and other problems.

The problem is that when you pitch up, sometimes the master tempo "eats" the beginning of a kick drum (for example). It also makes some of the melodic content sound "warbly".
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