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#973915 05/09/00 12:28 AM
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Roger; You gave some info on delay calc's in a E.Q. mag article could you tell me which issue or post this info on your forum ?
thanks D.H.

#973916 05/09/00 02:29 PM
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I'm not Rodger But I think I may be able to help you. There is pretty cool website (referenced from the Cakewalk site) that has cool little utility called a delay caculator. You can use it to culuclate delay times with specific note values. It's pretty cool and free.

Darrell

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I forgot to mention the site. It's http://www.analogx.com

#973918 05/10/00 01:21 AM
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Delay charts are easy to come by, and here is an easy way to find a delay time that is a quarter note. With your trusty digital stop watch, time 11 beats.....do the math to get 1/8ths, 16ths, etc.
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#973919 05/10/00 05:37 AM
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To go from Beats per Minute to milliseconds,
60,000 (milliseconds per minute) divided by # of BPM = milliseconds per beat.


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