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DDJ-1000SRT FX tempo.

Does it actually know the tempo from serato of the tracks playing like rekordbox or does it listen to it and try to guess it?

Because 79bpm tracks are recognized as double the speed.

I know the 900srt had this why did pioneer cut corners on that feature like serato has?

Please fix this in a firmware update.

Kvn

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I've asked the product team to look into this.

Pulse
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So I noticed the bpm range is 70-180bpm.

Please fix this.

Kvn 1 vote
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It tries to guess, when it should just take the BPM information directly from Serato

MrGuaps 0 votes
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Thanks Pulse. Hopefully this will be fixed soon

MrGuaps 0 votes
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Great review of the SRT by DJ Mista P. Hits the nail on the head with the beat FX issues. “Why am I even trying to interpret the BPM on $1300 controller. It should be reading that from Serato.”

https://youtu.be/J10NRa9K37w

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^THIS! +1!! The Fx Auto bpm needs to mirror the Serato bpm info. Maybe the bpm range can be expanded? Another possible solution could be to add additional bpm ranges in the UTILITY menu of the SRT.

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The fact that Pioneer have said they’re “Working with Serato to improve this function.” makes me hopeful that they’re going to mirror Serato’s BPM information.

If they were just adding or adjusting the BPM ranges, then surely Pioneer could do that themselves (firmware update?) without having to work with Serato 🤔🤔

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