[LAU] linearly increasing velocity

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Date: Friday, July 26, 2013 - 5:20 am

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Hi,
I will play one song to my sister's wedding in 14 days :)
the idea is that it starts slow and then every measure goes little faster
(+XX bpm) than previous one. Then it remains few measures in the final
(fast) speed.

Does anybody have experience (with any linux utility) for this?

Thank you.

Milan

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y sister's wedding in 14 days :)the idea is that it starts sl=
ow and then every measure goes little faster (+XX bpm) than previous one. T=
hen it remains few measures in the final (fast) speed.
Does anybody have experience (with any linux utility) for this?Thank you.Milan

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[LAU] linearly increasing velocity, Milan Lazecky, (Fri Jul 26, 5:20 am)
Re: [LAU] linearly increasing tempo (velocity ;), Ralf Mardorf, (Fri Jul 26, 5:25 am)