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23 Dec, 2010 05:50 PM
The BPM scoring is not really working very well. I'm looking at
my library, and this song (among others) stands out:
Enya "Pilgrim" 203.5 BPM
Enya's music is not that hard core :-)
Should I select a different algorithm. I'm on a new Mac Pro with
a quad-core Intel processor.
on 23 Dec, 2010 05:59 PM
Please use the Rayshoot algorithm with a Bpm range of 70-140
(not automatic) and online resources turned off. This should lead
to better results.
Hope this helps,
on 24 Dec, 2010 09:03 PM
I gave this a try and I don't think it works. For example, it
rates an Ann Murray song "Danny's Song" at 144 BPM LOL! It's pretty
amusing.... but, I don't think this function works very well.
on 24 Dec, 2010 11:45 PM
can you run just that file again with Rayshoot, 70-140, Replace
ON, Use online resources OFF. That really shouldn't result in
Anyhow. For the algorithm BPMs like 60 and 120 or 80 and 160
look alike - that's why it is usually better to specify a range
than to let it try to figure out the range automatically.
on 09 Jan, 2011 12:58 AM
Regarding BPM, if I use another app to calculate and populate
the BPM tag, can Beatunes be configured to use the BPM already
present without overwriting the field with its own calculations?
on 09 Jan, 2011 09:07 AM
In the analysis options (show up when you click
analyze), you can uncheck the replace
existing option. Then beaTunes will not overwrite existing
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