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Akai Force sampling issue, "UNSUPPORTED TEMPO CHANGE!"

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  • Hey Galactic Arc,

    Thanks for posting!

    Is the Force receiving external MIDI Clock from another source? This feature must be disabled while recording audio. Reason being, any tempo changes from the MIDI Clock will affect the tempo of the audio being recorded which is not possible to adjust in real time.

    Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions.
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  • This 'intended behavior' really feels like a bug!! Normally clock sync has micro tempo changes -- when recording audio these micro changes should be ignored! I can see large tempo changes causing an error - for real time recording that would be very difficult to solve. But when recording audio, syncing between say 120.1, 120.5, 120, 119.8 (the type of micro changes that occur during tempo sync) your engineers should find a way to ignore these -- during recording only.

    You guys have no idea how badly you are hamstringing this unit both in a live looping situation or any situation really where the unit is gonna sync to other units. You are essentially saying, "we designed recording audio to be impossible when syncing to midi". Bad look for you guys :)

    PLEASE forward this to your engineers, as an engineer myself I know there has got to be a better solution. Thanks!
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