I have the following issue, which I would be grateful if you could tell me if the behavior of my Denon SC5000M was designed that way, thoroughly, or should it be changed as I suggest.
Let me explain: when I load a track and change the pitch range to +20 or + 50%, if I raise the pitch slider a lot so that the BPM is higher than it is at a lower percentage, that is, + -8% , + -10%, does not allow me to go down in range, remains locked at + -20% or + -50%, depending on the case, until I slide the pitch down until I get to the maximum that it would give with those percentages.
Wouldn’t it be logical, that whenever you want to change the pitch range, the BPM of the track will be automatically recalculated, and not prevent the descent?
For me this double maneuver, playing music in a club or live, in addition to being misleading, makes me waste time and get on my nerves.
Another question and suggestion is why there is no intermediate pitch range of 16%.
My device: Denon SC5000M; Firmware 1.4.1