On the SC6000, using on device beat-grid adjustment, I can move the grid back and forth to align with transients, and of course half or double the grid size.
What I’ve not figured out, is how to stretch or contract the grid (i.e… adjust the BPM). I tend to play off Beatport LINK, and this would be very useful when the BPM detection is just plain wrong…is it possible? I’d have thought holding shift and turning the platter might have been the trick, but doesn’t seem to be.
It’s those who don’t have timeto even press one button to change headphone channel cue, or don’t have time to hold their finger on a song title for 2 seconds to view the extra info etc, who might not have the time to edit beatgrids on the fly
Reason for beatgrid edit ‘on the fly’ would benefit me:
I have 3 children, wife, full time day job, gigs etc.
So usually when I spot a track that is “off”, I spot it on the units, either during a job or during fun/ practicing, not in Engine Prime.
Therefor it would be way easier for me, not neading to load a track in Engine Prime, but simply Sync the updated grid back in to Engine Prime.
Its not that I’m layze, its just 90 % of my Denon Time, happens on the units, not in the software.
Same here, especially for new music that might not last too long. I simply don’t have time to beat grid everything in prime first. Fine for classics that I know have stood the test of time, but not for something that I might play 2-3 times and then job after a few practice sessions.