Hi everyone. Hope you guys are well. I have run into quite an interesting situation that I simply cannot resolve for the life of me. I want to create a mash up of a particular track so, I have the original track and the A cappella version.
The a cappella is an exact copy however, djay cannot firstly recognize the BPM. The original Bpm is 95 or 96 but the a cappella comes up as 147. That’s a small problem to fix just re-create the Bpm or so I thaught.
Everything looks fine however a few seconds into the track the sink just goes off. Tried using synk on and off but I just can’t get this right.
If you guys want the track
I will be happy to share it as well. I just want to be able to quantize The a cappella.
I’ve had this same problem with acappellas in Djay for a long time. I submitted a support ticket ages ago, but it was never properly resolved. Some acappellas seem to work fine and can be adjusted to fit the grid of the original track and some have this weird drifting issue like the BPM is changing throughout the track. I’ve pretty much given up on using acappellas and just use Neural Mix instead to isolate the vocals. The results aren’t as good as a studio acappella, but in most cases it’s good enough for me.
@NathanielAlgo the ticket number was 143926 from Feb 3, 2021. I sent several emails with videos showing the issues. The last correspondence on the this was May 3, 2021. My work around was to stop using pre-recorded acappellas all together and instead use Neural Mix to isolate the vocals from the full track. It’s not 100% ideal, but it works pretty good in most cases.