I hear a lot of stuff on commercial radio where someone will be mixing a tune with another with a BPM waaay lower than it, and as its mixing, they reduce the bpm so that by the time the mix fully drops, they have reduced it back to the BPM of the second track. Ive just bought PNT and am gonna record a mix and I wondered if I could do this on the SZ by hitting the sync button then as im mixing, bringing the tempo slider on the second track back to 0% - Will the tempo on the faster track lock and slide down/get slower too?
Ill find out in a few hours, but im just impatient!
Yes. I do this lots in one of the pubs I play in. P n T makes short work of it. Sounds amazing to play a track from 125 bpm down to 100 with absolutely no distortion. The two will simply move together. I also find that using flip to make a double time outro then dropping the bpm value sounds amazing too.
Works just as well in reverse going from slow to fast bpm.