Timetable for different tempi (bpm to note duration in seconds) - Composers' Forum2020-09-24T08:34:46Zhttp://composersforum.ning.com/forum/topics/timetable-for-different-tempi?feed=yes&xn_auth=noThanks god!!!
I simply could…tag:composersforum.ning.com,2010-01-27:773368:Comment:1236832010-01-27T20:05:04.479ZAriohttp://composersforum.ning.com/profile/Ario
Thanks god!!!<br />
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I simply couldn't come up with this simple solution... I was really going nuts on this!<br />
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I don't see, why so few composers actually talk about such things :S<br />
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Thank you all for your help again... Ario<br />
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<cite>Jesse Boley said:</cite><blockquote cite="http://composersforum.ning.com/forum/topics/timetable-for-different-tempi#773368Comment123644"><div>maybe i'm misunderstanding, but wouldn't the formula just be 60 divided by the tempo?<br></br> <br></br> i.e: 60 / 115 = 0.5217 seconds per…</div>
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Thanks god!!!<br />
<br />
I simply couldn't come up with this simple solution... I was really going nuts on this!<br />
<br />
I don't see, why so few composers actually talk about such things :S<br />
<br />
Thank you all for your help again... Ario<br />
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<cite>Jesse Boley said:</cite><blockquote cite="http://composersforum.ning.com/forum/topics/timetable-for-different-tempi#773368Comment123644"><div>maybe i'm misunderstanding, but wouldn't the formula just be 60 divided by the tempo?<br/> <br/>
i.e: 60 / 115 = 0.5217 seconds per quarter note.</div>
</blockquote> maybe i'm misunderstanding, b…tag:composersforum.ning.com,2010-01-27:773368:Comment:1236442010-01-27T18:34:58.328ZJesse Boleyhttp://composersforum.ning.com/profile/JesseBoley
maybe i'm misunderstanding, but wouldn't the formula just be 60 divided by the tempo?<br />
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i.e: 60 / 115 = 0.5217 seconds per quarter note.
maybe i'm misunderstanding, but wouldn't the formula just be 60 divided by the tempo?<br />
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i.e: 60 / 115 = 0.5217 seconds per quarter note. Thanks alot... Though I've go…tag:composersforum.ning.com,2010-01-26:773368:Comment:1235182010-01-26T13:32:10.754ZAriohttp://composersforum.ning.com/profile/Ario
Thanks alot... Though I've got no time to work with the software now, I do have a good feeling about this. Guessing around the bpm for the time I need in seconds does bug me, but it's better to guess around a formula...<br />
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And to your mathematical solution... I believe that cannot be true, since 120 bpm would be two seconds: The faster the piece, the shorter the note value in seconds would be (No offence, eh?)<br />
From my work with Finale, I figured a measure of 4/4 in 120 bpm takes 2 seconds;…
Thanks alot... Though I've got no time to work with the software now, I do have a good feeling about this. Guessing around the bpm for the time I need in seconds does bug me, but it's better to guess around a formula...<br />
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And to your mathematical solution... I believe that cannot be true, since 120 bpm would be two seconds: The faster the piece, the shorter the note value in seconds would be (No offence, eh?)<br />
From my work with Finale, I figured a measure of 4/4 in 120 bpm takes 2 seconds; divided into quarters that would be 0.5 seconds...<br />
Sill I can not come up with some simple solution, to make my own table of tempi (If one could even call it that way)<br />
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Again, thanks alot for the link - I apprecciate it alot, and be sure to see a video with theme music by me in near future :)<br />
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Regards, Ario.<br />
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<cite>Mike said:</cite><blockquote cite="http://composersforum.ning.com/forum/topics/timetable-for-different-tempi#773368Comment123433"><div>I dont know if this would work but perhaps it would point you in the right direction<br/> <br/>
<a href="http://analogx.com/contents/download/Audio/songtime/Freeware.htm" target="_blank">http://analogx.com/contents/download/Audio/songtime/Freeware.htm</a><br/>
(this guy has a lot of great little free software so do browse around)<br/>
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to solve your particular math problem<br/>
divide 115bpm by 60sec<br/>
the quarter note lasts 1.917sec</div>
</blockquote> I dont know if this would wor…tag:composersforum.ning.com,2010-01-26:773368:Comment:1234332010-01-26T03:42:10.550ZMikehttp://composersforum.ning.com/profile/Mike69
I dont know if this would work but perhaps it would point you in the right direction<br />
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<a href="http://analogx.com/contents/download/Audio/songtime/Freeware.htm" target="_blank">http://analogx.com/contents/download/Audio/songtime/Freeware.htm</a><br />
(this guy has a lot of great little free software so do browse around)<br />
<br />
to solve your particular math problem<br />
divide 115bpm by 60sec<br />
the quarter note lasts 1.917sec
I dont know if this would work but perhaps it would point you in the right direction<br />
<br />
<a href="http://analogx.com/contents/download/Audio/songtime/Freeware.htm" target="_blank">http://analogx.com/contents/download/Audio/songtime/Freeware.htm</a><br />
(this guy has a lot of great little free software so do browse around)<br />
<br />
to solve your particular math problem<br />
divide 115bpm by 60sec<br />
the quarter note lasts 1.917sec