Using BPM Control

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The BPM control for MADRIX Effects is the main control to increase or decrease the speed of effects.




Represent the standard controls to control the speed. Use the controls in the following way:

Slider - Move the slider to increase or decrease the speed.

Input Field - Enter the BPM speed directly.

- Valid values range from 0 to 9999.

- 60 BPM = 1 second.

Tap Button

Tap - Allows you to set the speed manually. Use it to get synchronous movements of effects to the beat of the music. Click this button at least four times in a row according to the beat of the music [1/4 notes]. MADRIX will calculate the BPM value automatically.

Speed Pitch - Allows you to change the speed further. It works as a multiplier/a factor.

Example: A Speed Master of 2.0 will double the current speed.
Move the fader upwards to increase the speed.
Move the fader downwards to decrease the speed.
The default value is 1.0 [which is normal speed].
A value of 0.0 will stop the effects.
The highest value is +10.
The lowest value is -10.
Negative values will reverse the direction of effects [if possible].
Right-click on the Pitch button to reset to the value of 1.0
The tooltip shows the currently set value.

Speed Variance - Adds variety to the speed of each individual object.

If activated, each object will have a different speed.
The higher the value, the larger the differences in speed between objects.
Valid values range from 0 to 500.
The default value is 0.
Right-click on the SV button to reset to the value of 0.


[Ctrl & +/-] = Zoom In/Out | [Ctrl & 0] = 100%
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