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Joe

02 Nov, 2015 01:07 PM

I just ran the trial version 4.5.5 overnight on around 12,000 items. The results are showing that the live Van Morrison (It's too late to stop now) double album is at 4 bpm across every track. At the other end of the scale Elephumk by The Black Eyed Peas is at 900 bpm. What just happened I don't trust the information now.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by hendrik on 02 Nov, 2015 02:56 PM

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    Hey Joe,

    that indeed sounds very odd. What settings did you use?
    You can check by selecting a single song, right-click and select Analyze. A dialog will pop up. Please send a screenshot of that dialog without making any changes. Then simply cancel the dialog.

    Thanks!

    -hendrik

  2. 2 Posted by Joseph Corr on 02 Nov, 2015 06:03 PM

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    This was the setting for all songs I analysed

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by hendrik on 03 Nov, 2015 04:14 PM

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    Hm.. That's very strange that you got values outside the 40-300 BPM range. That really shouldn't be possible. Were some of those values perhaps already set before?

    What happens when you re-analyze that 900 BPM song with beaTunes?

    -hendrik

  4. 4 Posted by Joseph Corr on 05 Nov, 2015 11:40 AM

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    Hi Henrik, I chose a really dad time to use my 30 day trial, I'm in the UK now and won't be back for 3 weeks.
    Anyway I'll get back to looking at this when I get back to Florida.

    Thanks for your help so far

    Joe
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