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    How to figure out BPM for a synth

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    Do you play the synth and then tap tempo?
    Or does it not matter as long as it is played the right way.

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    Your question really doesn't make sense. You might want to rephrase it. I'd like to help but I dont know what you mean.
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    I always have my BPM set before I play anything.

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    Here's what I do on every project, set a tempo, turn on the click track and just play without anything in the track and that will give you an idea on how fast it's going to playback.

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    are you reffereing to the speed of arpggeator or lfo, or oscalation? or track speed?

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    Thanks alot. I ended up finding its best to set bpm first. Then use the synth.

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