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CDJ-3000 BPM DRIFTING BEAT SYNC GLITCH

Hi,

I noticed sometimes my CDJ-3000's will produce a strange Beat Sync bug. Sometimes when I cue up a track on the Slave deck while it is sync'd to the Master deck, it starts drifting as if it is playing at a slower BPM (around 1 BPM slower than the Master deck). If I remove the sync on the cue'd track and re-enable it, the Beat Sync will no longer drift and function as normal. I am using the latest firmware 2.02.

L Z

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I should also mention that if I cue up another track on the same deck after I re-enabled Beat Sync to fix the drifting bug from the previous track, it will start drifting again. So I have to turn ON/OFF the sync for every song fir the drifting to go away.

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Is it possible to record the phenomenon on a video and show the phenomenon?

tomo 0 票
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Is there any update on this? I am noticing my tracks also drift while in a loop and playing tracks together after beat matching is getting tricky. Firmware was update to 2.03 today, still happening.

I think its likely due to a BPM error, I noticed that the tempo percentage changes next to the BPM, when changing at lower tempo variation (+/- 6), the percentage itself changes but the BPM only reads out to one decimal place and I cant see what is happening on the 2nd decimal place. Is the software rounding up or down for this to be accurate to the first decimal place? Or would we be better with an additional decimal place in the BPM. ie 142.25 

We might need to activate a SHIFT button to fine tune the BPM to a 2nd decimal place. But for now having the info displayed would be sick!

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Can you confirm that ....

a) The beat grid is accurate on the songs

b) The grid analysis mode is correct (dynamic for a live drummer, normal for an electronically produced track with perfect tempo)

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