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  Forums > Hively Tracker Discussion > SPEED FINE-TUNE/TEMPO COMMAND?

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SPEED FINE-TUNE/TEMPO COMMAND?

syphus
Posted: 2007-02-08 20:55:42
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Word... Is this a possibility, or is it a definite no-no for some Amiga sync/timing reason that I'm too stupid to understand fully?:)

I noticed when I was making my Top Gun cover that while F07 was far too slow and F05 was far too fast, F06 was *still* too fast and I couldn't get the required happy medium in-between. The XM and MOD formats allow for a frame-speed F00 command and then a BPM tempo command in the same pattern, which would a) make things much more flexible and b) make it easier to write parts to be recorded and put into a sequencer later (for those who like pfhattt Hively sounds in their fully-sequenced tracks).

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Xeron
Posted: 2007-02-12 11:08:21
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Its not impossible, but since AHX doesn't do it, i'd have to impliment it some other way than "Fxx" commands since I want to keep them compatible. We'll see.
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spotUP
Posted: 2007-02-12 18:01:20
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the protracker way is F05 in one channel and FXX at the same position in another channel for tempo. i guess you knew that.

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Xeron
Posted: 2007-02-13 08:27:47
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Yes I knew that. AHX doesn't have this at all, though.

Edit: And PT doesn't require both F commands at the same time. Its just that numbers below a certain value set the frame count, and numbers above that value set the speed.

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Xeron
Posted: 2007-02-13 09:29:11
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Hmm.. if F06 is too fast, you could try setting the speed multiplier to 2, and use F0D. Which should be somewhere between F06 and F07 with the normal speed multiplier.
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spotUP
Posted: 2007-02-13 17:42:18
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hehe mr math in action again :)
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syphus
Posted: 2007-02-13 18:35:22
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Why didn't I think of that! Cheers:)
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