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Does S1V2 have tap tempo?
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mediasvi
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Does S1V2 have tap tempo? If so how does it work? I can't seem to find it in the manual.

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It's here:

6.7.4 Tap Tempo
You can use the Tap Tempo function to set the current Song tempo to the tempo that you hear in your Audio Events. To do this, repeatedly click on the word “Tempo” in the Transport, clicking once on every beat you hear. Studio One will determine the Audio Event tempo based on the timing of your clicks and will set the tempo for the Song accordingly. Be sure that the Tempo mode for the Audio Track is set to Don’t Follow; otherwise, the Events will be stretched or moved while you are using the Tap Tempo function, making it impossible to find a consistent tempo.
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mediasvi
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Cool thanks.
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Would it be possible for S1 to accept midi input for tap tempo? Say in a future up date? We could click on the tempo then tap our midi input device (keyboard, drum pad, whatever) to set the tempo?
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I wonder if a keycommand or macro could work like "live" and could just tap it in?

Not sure I'm ready to take that challenge on personally, but it's just a thought.
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