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    Anybody wanna try writting a little BPM based programme for me???

    BAsically - I want to find tracks that DON'T have a stable BPM. I want to pointt he software at a folder, and find the tracks in that folder that have a change in tempo at some point in the track.

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    Sounds very useful. I know how to write such a thing, but haven't the time at the moment - if you get someone else to go for it, I'll certainly use it, and if not, I will try to get around to it at some point when I have more free time.

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    I know I could use it.
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    You're asking for a bit more than just "a programmer." You need someone with signal analysis experience too. Unless there's some OSS library for beat detection out there that I don't know about. Mixx is OSS, do they have beat gridding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Anybody wanna try writting a little BPM based programme for me???

    BAsically - I want to find tracks that DON'T have a stable BPM. I want to pointt he software at a folder, and find the tracks in that folder that have a change in tempo at some point in the track.

    Bit of a stab in the dark, but you never know your luck...
    Use your ears and go through every track you lazy git...!!!


    Just kidding, I can see that app being very popular indeed. It could be a commercial success like MIK.

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    Copyright Patch - 2014
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    Take a look at this for an example of what kind of complexity we are talking here:

    http://archive.gamedev.net/archive/r...beatdetection/

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    I'm a programmer, but yeah...I'm not really feeling up to the task of writing something that detects BPM. Hell, most of the software out there gets it wrong at some point.
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    It doesn't have to detect and return the BPM - just give a notification if the track DOESN'T have a STEADY BPM throughout...
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    Yeah....that has to detect the BPM as part of figuring it out.

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