BPM - Beats per minute - The right way to use it.
For mixing music, producing remixes or playing music at events, it is essential the usage of BPM (Beats Per Minute) technology.
Is unimaginable that someone would attempt to produce a professional track or performance without using this technology.
Although the public does not know the meaning of BPM (beats per minute) and has no professional training in this area, they perfectly distinguish whether a mix contains any mismatch in timing issue.
Attempting to mix music on an event, as a DJ, without a proper handling of the timming and BPM, would be naive and with disastrous results. The audience could not even dance.
To adjust your music collection in order to mix music succesfully, Mp3Doctor PRO gives you the possibility to modify the tempo (beats per minute) of any MP3 file.
To let you measure the value of beats per minute to any MP3 file, as a freeware (in BETA version) we are offering this executable "BMP - Beats Per Minute Detector", which is the ideal companion for Mp3Doctor PRO.
To obtain more accurate results, it is ideal that you normaliz first the MP3 file and then detect the beats per minute (BPM). As the normalization feature of Mp3Doctor PRO offers, among other things, emphasize the rhythmic of the file.
There is another element that allows harmonious musical mixes. We are talking about the ability of Mp3Doctor PRO to modify the pitch of any song without changing its BPM (Beats per minute).
By that way, if you change the BPM (beats per minute) of a track and also tweak the pitch in order that the harmonies of two songs match, you get a perfect music mix.
It takes a bit of practice to tweak each track properly. But have the added benefit that the voices of the singers will have a better tone and the audience will notice it.