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Hi
I have a tempo map based on an audio track.
How can I move all the tempo points by a precise amount ? The idea here is to slow down a bit and record some midi track, and set the tempo back. (I know I can move all the points with the scroll, but it is not precise enough).
Or is there a way to save the tempo map somewhere ?

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by scottyo7 on Fri Sep 20, 2019 1:17 am
Lots of questions you ask. :shock:
YouTube is your friend. ;)

I looked up your Q above and quickly found this.

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by fredericbry on Fri Sep 20, 2019 1:41 pm
Thank you for your suggestion. I will look into this tutorials, but I think what I'm looking for is not possible right now in SO.
I'm coming from Reaper, and before that Cubase. And I find SO very interesting, very simple (in a good way).

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by ryanlee on Sat Nov 30, 2019 9:36 pm
fredericbry wroteHow can I move all the tempo points by a precise amount ?


I, too, have this exact same question. For example, in the Tempo Map, if I highlight all the tempo points and use the up arrow, nothing happens. Same with scrolling upwards (or downwards) to increase (or decrease) the tempo of all points. Can this be done in Studio One v4?

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