11 Mar, 2011 05:00 PM

I am doing software testing, I'm enjoying it.
But what really interests me is the automatic analysis of BPM, and its automatic assignment.
Although this function work perfectly, I'm not liking the results.
I wish I could sort the songs according to the BPM, and have the music faster with higher BPM, and slow to lower BMP.
I'm using the algorithm RayShoot, with 70-140bpm range, quality: Accurate. As recommended as more accurate.
Help me to resolve this doubt. If the bea tunes, you can solve, I'll be buying immediately.

  • beaTunes: 2.1.18
  • JVM: Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM
  • Version: 17.1-b03
  • Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
  • OS: Windows XP 5.1, x86
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  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by hendrik on 12 Mar, 2011 08:57 AM

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    Hi Roberto,

    thanks for your inquiry.

    With beaTunes you get the best results with "Use Online Resources" turned off, BPM range set to 70-140 or 60-120 and a medium accuracy.

    You will probably still got a couple of BPM values that are twice or half of what they should be and there will also always be some values that are simply wrong. However, that is to be expected from an automatic BPM detection algorithm.

    Future beaTunes versions may provide better results.

    Hope this helps,


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