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We're talking about Cue-points & Grid being deleted.
If you change the comments on a track & run consistancy check, the comment field does update....
The only problem is: I ran some more tests, and this problem is 99% sure in iTunes.
I removed a problematic track (with tags) from the collection...
I just had the same problem, only not with with AIFF files, but with AAC files.
I did a lot of testing and it is an iTunes issue.
Changing a tag...
He said you need one smart algorithm to calculate this. But it's not that hard. Just Take the smallest percentage difference.
Only if it's bang in...
+1 great idea!
Just a simple feature i thought of playing a 6-hour gig yesterday:
Have a small button in the browser to hide all played tracks.
Would be handy!
I'm afraid you don't get it completely. No track is sped up when doubling the bpm.
It just treats the 70 & 120 bpm tracks as 140 & 120 bpm tracks...
You don't have to look at percentages, not BPM difference.
If you double the grid on a 60 bpm track, and sync it to a 120 bmp track, the pitch...
It would bring the 120 up to 140. Which is still a bit much, but less ridiculous then going down all the way to 70.
Nice! Didn't notice that yet.
Really? When I switch to the desktop the S5 screens stop rendering altogether and just freeze... Isn't that normal?