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Tempo (bpm) changes and exporting

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Lunaticjuan
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I've managed to create a pretty decent track with a couple of tempo changes. When I play it from the editor it sounds great, but when I try to export it kind of messes up (The file is correctly exported but the changes are not where thye're supposed to be, sometimes not occuring at all). Is there any workaround for this feature to work?

Thanks for this nice piece of software :)

wolke
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currently, "export" don't support bpm changing. a simple workaround under linux, connect hydrogen via jack to your preferred recording software and record hydrogen's output data.

Lunaticjuan
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Thanks for your answer! (:

sgtv
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wolke, is there any estimation on fix for this?

Jack2 doesn't work on Windows (I tried and PortAudio crashes after being unable to detect any devices).

Also, how complex the fix is going to be for the latest H version? I may actually try to help on this and produce a Windows build of the latest version.

I use H only as an editor and export my work into midi for future use with DAW and VSTi. So far I'm quite happy with ease of use but this bug is just killing all joy in the end.

wolke
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>> Jack2 doesn't work on Windows (I tried and PortAudio crashes after being unable to detect any devices).

if you use an other jack version than that one which is included to the hydrogen package, you have to delete the libjack.dll file from your hydrogen installation directory. my fault, if i create the windows installer i forgot to remove this unneeded dll.