is one of the most useful tools I have for marketing my
music! ...and just what do I mean by that?
Well, this software can tell me
the BPM (beats per minute) on any AUDIO FILE supported by the
program, which are:
CDDA (Compact Disc Digital
Audio - the format used for music CDs)
WAV (standard Windows Audio
MP3 (compressed audio/music
Now, if you're any kind of DJ,
the advantages of knowing your Song BPM is obvious, but I also
mentioned that it's a great marketing tool for musicians, and
so it is!
Many times when film, tv, and
radio Music Directors are looking for music for various
projects - they know what type of beat and feel they need, but
it takes valuable time to try and determine that accurately.
BPM Detector Pro does that quickly and accurately.
Best of all, you don't have to
be a computer genius to work the program and with great
Min & Max Tempo manual
settings in order to minimize detection errors
Up to dot 2 digits detection
Ability to rename and modify
your music files by including the BPM information on the
file name itself (at the beginning or at the end),
furthermore it can also leave the original music files
untouched and duplicate the files with the BPM information.
Automatically generate a text
file (or log) with all the songs or tracks BPM information.
This function allows you to print the text file and insert
the BPM information in your CD jewel case. There is also a
CD insert template, so you can cut and past your BPM info in
to a CD-ready printout.
A manual tapping function has
been added to re-enforce BPM Detector Pro and correct
occasional errors on complex rhythm patterns, where it will
automatically "lock on" to the true value if you are tapping
a tempo near the true rhythm.
What could be easier?
So, for DJs this is a must-have
tool -- and for musicians, the info that BPM Detector Pro can
give you might make the difference when people are looking for
a particular type of music to use in a specific production.
Now, you can put the BPM info in your metadata and you're