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Re: RC-50 wierdness

all you have to do is use the grid mode and resize the loop to  
whatever the new tempo is. it takes about 3.4 seconds.

On Feb 12, 2007, at 9:38 AM, Teddy wrote:

> I do if I want to do what I'm doing.
> we played the stuff live with my RC-50 running into pro tools
> now I want to fly those parts into pro tools and loop them
> to do that I do need the tempo in PT to be the same.
> or? what's your idea?
> teddy
> On Feb 12, 2007, at 7:21 AM, andy butler wrote:
>> Turn off the BPM in Pro Tools,
>> or ignore it.
>> You don't need BPM in an audio application.
>> ...but if you want accurate BPM matching, then you have to sync.
>>> maybe I didn't enunciate it right.
>>> I don't even want to slave the 2 together. I just want to record  
>>> the looped elements into pro tools again individually and have  
>>> them so I can mix.
>>> the problem I have is that the RC-50's tempo is not what it says  
>>> it is, according to pro tools.