I'd like to synchronize tempo between my TRIO+ and my Jamman Solo XT.
I use the TRIO+ for making backing tracks part by part and I record them in my Jamman Solo XT where I can add overdubs safely the main track is still in the TRIO+, untouched.
Setting the tempo before recording the track in the JSXT according to the one from the TRIO+ (using the TRIO manager to find what the exact tempo is used) is not really accurate and efficient (and you can only enter round numbers for the bpm).
Why am I doing this ? Simply to be able to have a JSXT full of backing tracks on the SD card even without drums when I play with a drummer. But as I try to have clean backing track I'd also like to have the right "native" tempo in the JSXT.
Don't know if it is possible to synchronize the two devices like two JSXT (Jamman Sync) can. So I got the idea to hack the Jamman Solo XT database file where all the infos are stored for each loop. But the tempo is not saved in clear and I can't find how to decode this field in which a 120 bpm (as seen in the JamManager XT) as this value : 1123024896.
If I could translate real life bpm even with decimals to a value readable and accurate for the JSXT it would solve the problem of non syncing possibility between TRIO+ and JSXT.
I have two more questions about database fields. What data is stored in :