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 The //last// beat marker in any beat grid is always "beat N + 1", i.e. one beat past the last usable beat in the track. ​ Hence, its sample offset in the file is beyond the last sample in the track. The //last// beat marker in any beat grid is always "beat N + 1", i.e. one beat past the last usable beat in the track. ​ Hence, its sample offset in the file is beyond the last sample in the track.
  
-Also note that when discussing the index/​number of any given beat, the ''​beatData''​ format always assumes that the first beat in the file is beat 1, and the last is beat N.+Also note that when discussing the index/​number of any given beat, the ''​beatData''​ format always assumes that the first beat in the file is beat 0, and the last is beat N.  The index/​number of a given beat is not shown to the end user in either Engine Prime or an SC5000'​s display.
  
 Note that the BPM can be calculated from the information in ''​beatData''​ as follows: Note that the BPM can be calculated from the information in ''​beatData''​ as follows:
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