BPM value on Soundin in 1.5.23 OnPC is shown in % and not working

  • Hi guys,

    since the update to grandma3 I am struggling in getting my speed controlled by soundin and BPM.

    BPM is shown in % and after assigning Master Speed 16 (BPM) to an Executor Master it shows a values between 1 and 3.

    I seems there is a severe Bug in this SW version.

    Has anybody experienced the same problem or does even know how to solve the problem?

    As a temporary workaround (hack) and to be able to get speed controlled by soundin automatically I am using DOT2 and a DMX-Remote now. There and in Grandma2 I was able to have a real good BPM controlled Soundin/BPM setup.

    Best Regards


  • Thanks for your response Ryan.

    If I pull the fader up, it stays there for a second and then it jumps back to its value detected by Soundin. If I turn off the music it remains in this position.

    Strange observation: After I changed the name of the executor assigned with the BPM speed from Master speed 16 or so to BPM both the executor fader and the BPM fader on soundin are showing the unit BPM again.

    But the value still is between 1 and 3 only.

  • Version : BPM on soundin is still not working. When is a fix planned? Would be great if I can turn off my workaraound through ´MA-Dot2 "in near future. At least when I will upgrade to Windows 11 after MA confirms to support Win 11.

    I am lead of a software development team and I am really willing to help to sort out problems in my free time.



  • Yes it is quite a disappointment that this feature is still not implemented. It would be great if MA releases a roadmap so that we as users that invest time and money have a better picture of the upcoming updates and know where the MA3 system heading towards.

    There is a possibility of writing own custom LUA plugins. I have no experience with it but I know that user Hoss stared with an API documentation page (unofficial) the github also has some code examples: https://github.com/hossimo/GMA3Plugins/wiki

    If you really have some spare time that could get you started.

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