Engine doesn't support tracks witch have BPM over 250


#1

I own a denon mcx 8000 with which I play hardcore and terrorcore.Many of this tracks have 250 bpm +. Engine Prime only supports beatgrids up to 250 bpm. will this be fixed?


#2

Hi @SDA_xxx Thank you for your question, I have passed this on to our software team for consideration in future updates. Maybe explore a different genre in the meanwhile? :slight_smile: Chloe


#3

Ha ha. What about half time 250 = 125 and if you need to use 1 beat FX use 1/2 etc etc

Now googling what terrorcore is :man_cook:


#4

This is very confusing when there are speedcore tracks with 500 Bpm +


#5

A lot of dancing party-goers dont support tracks with a BPM over 250 either though :flushed:


#6

Doesn’t change the fact that the genres exists and that djs are playing those tracks for a audience.


#7

LOL when mixing two tracks at 500bpm, audiences don’t even notice if the DJ is good or bad. I think they’ll even applaud if it turns out to be a 1000bpm mashup…


#8

:joy: Personally I’m into 80s, 90s, 2K, 2K10s and EDM/ House so I usually dont climb above 140 bpm, but still - other djs do…


#9

Yeah me too, playing primarily techno. Hardly above 140, but we had our fair share of hardcore here in NL, so I understand.


#10

Doesn’t change the fact that a DJ in Outer Mongolia might want to mix using two kids sucker-tipped red indian play set arrows and not all the SC5000 controls can be actuated with said kiddy arrows … but should any research be applied to such a minority request, when many many DJs here are asking for more mainstream firmware requests according to other topics


#11

talk about a future update! when still after months and months you have not yet released the first one! hahaha


#13

Hahaha there have been several updates.

So, the joke is on those who don’t get their facts correct.


#15

I know, I’m testing the beta 2.0 but the fact is that they have not yet released the final version and have been three months since the last beta!


#16

do beta updates that they tell you not to use in a live setting count though?