brodie wrote: ↑
Tue Apr 03, 2018 16:42
Hmm, so I should hit Link on Serato, hit the sync button for the song, and then hit Link in Resolume? I'll have to give it a shot when I get home.
When joining an existing session, Link will match the BPM of the session. Would be kind of weird if you joined a session, and all of a sudden the BPM would jump to whatever your BPM was set to.
But that's exactly what happens. When I hit Sync on my Serato controller, the song jumps to whatever BPM Resolume is set to. The only workaround I've found is that I have to manually set Resolume's BPM to match the songs, and THEN I can hit Sync. Of course, at that point, I might as well have just hit the Resync button in Resolume and forget about Link altogether.
Hey I know this is old and I know Link is supposed to support BPM changes without one being a master/slave like they said, but I've learned over the years that's not the case with Serato. Not sure if it's a bug or just the way they designed it but you have to do basically what you said.
First, hit link on serato, then sync on your track then you hit Link on Resolume and it should work perfectly. You'll have to sync on other deck your mixing into as well to keep Resolume on Serato BPM. I'm new to Resolume but been playing around with this in Serato internal mode and works great.
It seems like Serato has to be "master" in all cases when I've tried syncing things with Serato. I own a Roland DJ-808 controller with the built in 707, 808 and 909 drum machines and only way the drum machine will sync with tracks is syncing the track first. If you do it other way around, track will follow drum machine BPM like you were experiencing with Resolume.
Hope you got it down by now, figured just chime in, in case you didn't or if someone else is having similar issues as this thread comes up first when you google Resolume Serato!