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I usually make House at 129.23 (For some reason i like the way it goes with the kicks)
Trance is fun at 144 -146ish, and anything above that is that harder styles, IMO.
Drum and bass i like 170, 174, 175, 180, and 200.
Dubstep the slowest ive every had it was 60bpm.
stick to 128 for uplifting house and such. :P
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One of my theories is that 128 is just about the slowest bpm where a kick alone (4 on the floor beat ofcourse) is still really entertaining. Anything slower sounds rather bad without hats in between.
At 4/4/11 10:08 PM, DjCryogenetic wrote: Drum and bass i like 170, 174, 175, 180, and 200.
200? You're pushing it into breakcore territory there ;)
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At 4/4/11 08:09 AM, jarrydn wrote: I prefer 131, so much heavier. 128 kind of drags on like molasses.
you know i was thinking about it and i believe for most conventional dj's the seating of this bpm has alot to do with the way it is put to work.
on older mixers you could only pitch shift and speed up or slow down a track so much before it began to sound grainy or obnoxious, so i think it is meant for mixing purposes to be sped up a minimum of 7 up or seven down so that it could be mixed in with ease.
just what i think
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How incredibly closed minded to limit yourself to any window of BPM... I'm not understanding how this is an argument. BPM usage is incredibly relative to the piece you are working on. It should never define your song. Tempo that is similar to walking speeds and dancing, of course are going to fit well into music that you dance or groove to. But to say that any one BPM or a window of BPM is what you should use for any one genre of music... is utter insanity.
At 4/6/11 04:19 AM, DrShankums wrote: 34.0247 is the best BPM
Just try to disagree
I just did the math guys, and even the biochemical regraph tests. This IS the BEST BPM on the planet, even changing the value by 0.0001 can result in a flux gravitational shift in the inner vortesimal core of the soundwaves, reducing danceable neutron particle clouds by 23.47% at MINIMUM.
I think NG should for 34.0247 BPM for all new submitted tracks, and I'll get started on cleaning up/deleting all the existing music.
Well after running it through my turboencabulator I think you guys are probably right. It couldn't find any better BPMs either. I guess we'll just need really big time signatures to fit all those beats in there.
Posted this on another forum, figured it would apply here.
Anything between 80 and 190 is okay by me.
UK Garage: 120-145
Trance (incl Hard trance): 130-155
Jungle/Oldschool Hardcore: 145-170
Drum N Bass: 165-180
Happy/UK Hardcore: 165-185
At 4/6/11 04:27 PM, Nav wrote: Downtempo: 34.0247
UK Garage: 34.0247
Trance (incl Hard trance): 34.0247
Jungle/Oldschool Hardcore: 34.0247
Drum N Bass: 34.0247
Happy/UK Hardcore: 34.0247
Fixed that for ya
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At 4/6/11 34:0247 PM, Darkmaster603 wrote:At 4/6/11 34:0247 PM, Nav wrote: 34.0247: 34.0247Fixed that (thirty-four-point-zero-two)for(seven) ya
As of 34:0247 PM, April 6, I fixed that for ya again.
At 4/9/11 12:52 AM, Space-Whale wrote:At 4/6/11 11:43 AM, Alchemist94 wrote: I can vouch for this, I just worked it out and it is technically the best sounding BPM. And I am yet to test this, but synthpop at 34.0247 should produce similar effects to viagra.I just had to
Listen to it with Badgers on.
If you're so picky that anything within 2 bpm of your desired tempo doesn't sound good, then I think you need to force yourself not to use it. There is no arguing about it, you're going to have to force yourself out of this rut that your in. Or alternatively, try a different genre if you can't bear to have a House track that doesn't stray from 128 bpm.
I'll use any tempo that sounds good with whatever I'm making, I think the range of my current list of tracks is 100-160bpm.
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I've learned from Nobue Uematsu (Final Fantasy Series) Music that in classical there's a small trick which consists in change a littlebit with timeramps the tempo of the song during ALL the song.
I just wonder how DJs would take this if there was house music processed this way. LOL
I'm usually kind of all over the place when it comes to setting the BPM.
How it usually ends up is me getting the main melodies down, THEN changing the tempo until I like the speed, or lack of speed.
But I agree with OP, 128bpm is god tier, can get some really slow, punchy drums with that, yummy.
Have you ever been in the middle of making something, and then you drastically change the BPM when you're like 80% done? I can't be the only person who has ever done this.
At 4/10/11 03:05 AM, Petertos wrote: I just wonder how DJs would take this if there was house music processed this way. LOL
If playing on vinyl: no problem, just adjust for it.
If playing digitally: OMFG WHAT DO I DO THE TRACKS DONT SYNC?!
omni tempo maximalism, ;9
always 140 or 200 something
apparently I'm clever enough to declare myself as a dumbass