Songs have 0 BPM

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HELP !!! My djay app will now scan all my tracks however my bpm will show 0 bpm ?? This means i cannot cue , point , time or even sync ?? Someone PLEASE help me ??
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Ches Goldberg

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Warren

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Hi Ches,

Which djay version are you referring to - iPad, iPhone or Mac? When did this start to happen?
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Eduardo Orlando Padilla

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this sadly is happening to me too and i have the ipod touch 4S version
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k.hornbrook

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i have had this exact problem for the past month or two. please help! :) i am using ipod 4th generation with ios 6
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k.hornbrook

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warren, is there a fix. this makes the app next to useless. please help.
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Warren

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Official Response
Please delete and re-install djay via App Store -> Purchases. This should resolve the issue.
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Morris Bates

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I have a problem in that the app has got the bpms wrong by quite some distance, is there a way of re-analysing? Or finding them yourself and manually resetting them?
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Warren

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Is it double or half the expected value? Click on the BPM number to edit it. You can either choose "Half", "Double", or you can "Tap" it.
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No, I'm up to speed with that. It's things like I have Dubstep and DnB, should be around 140 or 174, says 109, it's quite well out, loops etc not working on the tracks this affects. I know some tracks are hard for machines to figure out so I'm not dissing the app. Just want to be able to re-analyse or input manually. Thanks for replying.
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Andy Dodd

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I'm having a similar problem. Most of the BPMs are being calculated correctly, but there are a few tracks which are clearly wrong. For example, there's one tune which I know should be around the 130 mark, but it's coming up as 102.
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Morris Bates

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Using iPad btw
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k.hornbrook

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i finally had time to save all my recordings to a laptop, delete and reinstall djay on my ipod. the bpm and sync functions work again!!!!! thanks Warren!
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Andy Dodd

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I'm having a similar problem on my ipad. Most of the BPMs are being calculated correctly, but there are a few tracks which are clearly wrong. For example, there's one tune which I know should be around the 130 mark, but it's coming up as 102.

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