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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 6:46 am 
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silly question but i was wondering if any one could tell me the value of the audio transpose knob in ableton. the 'st' value i believe is a half step?

when i type 1200 cents into the knob to transpose my sample a full octave it moves the value up to '10 st' on the ableton knob? am i missing something here? should it not be '12 st' ?

im wanting to tune my kick as a perfect 5th from the bass root note.

any help appreciated!

my kick's frequency is g-sharp. i have a low 808 bass and other bass frequency's. low 808 is a g-sharp also so not much of a worry but i want to tune my kick to a d-sharp to see if it brings it out more. is this right? music theory isnt my strong point!


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 27, 2013 7:42 pm 
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Not sure what ableton is doing there but there's a 100 cents in a semitone or halfstep. So 1200 cents = 12 semitones/1 octave.

Just use the ST knob with the mouse, a perfect 5th up = 7 semitones. Maybe a bug in ableton? I'm not in front of it now to try.

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