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TEMPO ISSUES IN JAMTRACKS
#1
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Good morning dear community fellows,
Hope you can help me with the issue below:

- I purchased 3 jam track licenses so I could use them to practice.
- I downloaded the individual tracks on my PC and opened them on my DAW (Pro Tools)
- I noted that the tempo of the downloaded files does not match with the tempo of the DAW session. Even the clip track I downloaded, it starts on the grit but soon it comes out of tempo as the song moves forward. 
- I read the problem could be related to the sample rate of the files. I checked it and made sure I use a  Pro Tool session with the same sample rate as the fle (48 kHz), yet still the misalignment of the beat. 

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Has any one of you had similar issues and came up with a solution?
What is the point of having a click track among the jamtrack packet if the click won't be fixed at any specific tempo?

Thank you in advance, I appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Regards
Mig Man


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#2
Don't know much about Pro Tools, but if I saw that in Logic, I would conclude that I had the wrong tempo setting in the DAW.

Logic has a tempo detection function that is MOSTLY accurate (not perfect but useable). I'm betting that Pro Tools does too
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(06-20-2021, 11:17 PM)Zlartibartfast Wrote: Don't know much about Pro Tools, but if I saw that in Logic, I would conclude that I had the wrong tempo setting in the DAW.

Logic has a tempo detection function that is MOSTLY accurate (not perfect but useable). I'm betting that Pro Tools does too
 Hi Zlartibartfast,

Thank you for your reply. 

I think tempo in the DAW is correct and concluded that tempo in the audio file is wrong  (not a periodic beat).

Pro Tools also has a tempo detection function. I just applied it and confirmed that the song tempo (file downloaded from JK) has a an erratic tempo that varies along the song.

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Is there a way to download the track withe correct and steady tempo from JK? 

Thanks and regards.


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#4
Perhaps the issue is with the Jamtracks themselves. I have 5, and they are not all of the same recording quality, but they all have a steady tempo when loaded into my DAW.

I don't know where all of the tracks are made (probably all over the world) . If some recordings were made on analog tape, then I would not be surprised to see tempo or pitch errors.
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