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Wish Beat scanner/Tempo detection

Rex

Legend!
+1. Tapping a tempo is difficult when you are the anti-Fred-Astaire. Holding a button and tapping on my guitar strings would be much more likely to approach accurate....
The trick is that, if your Tap Tempo footswitch has a Hold function, then the taps are counted on switch release instead of switch tap. You need to maintain a consistent down-up pattern. Once you start doing that, your Tempo taps become much more successful.

BTW, I’ve seen your rig. That’s not exactly the anti-Fred Astaire’s pedalboard. :p
 

unix-guy

Legend!
The trick is that, if your Tap Tempo footswitch has a Hold function, then the taps are counted on switch release instead of switch tap. You need to maintain a consistent down-up pattern. Once you start doing that, your Tempo taps become much more successful.

BTW, I’ve seen your rig. That’s not exactly the anti-Fred Astaire’s pedalboard. :p
DO'H!

It just occurred to me that I have the Tuner on the Hold function and have forever...

I know this stuff and it never occurred to me until now. Might explain my less than accurate tap tempo ;)
 

Joe Bfstplk

Fractal Fanatic
The trick is that, if your Tap Tempo footswitch has a Hold function, then the taps are counted on switch release instead of switch tap. You need to maintain a consistent down-up pattern. Once you start doing that, your Tempo taps become much more successful.

Good info. Not sure how much it will help when I am prone to tripping over the pattern in the carpet and falling up stairs, though. We're talking a level of clumsy that would make Buster Keaton shake his head in disbelief....

BTW, I’ve seen your rig. That’s not exactly the anti-Fred Astaire’s pedalboard. :p
LOL! I like options. FWIW, on a lot of my per-song presets, half the buttons on the per-preset FC are dark and unused. It's the kitchen-sink ones that use all the buttons....
 
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