Check out the latest application from the Potion FactoryTangerine. Their website describes it best: "Tangerine lets you easily create playlists with upbeat music, or playlists for relaxing. It does that by analyzing the BPM and beat intensity of the songs in your iTunes library."

Tangerine is simple, effective and beautiful. Check it out.


    Sean McLeod (October 19, 2006 @ 11:55 pm)

    Another useful use of the beats per minute in songs for your workouts ;-)


    Steve (October 20, 2006 @ 6:28 am)

    Doesn’t look like there’s a downloadable demo though of MPTrain…

    gdkzen (October 20, 2006 @ 7:54 pm)

    If only determining BPM was as easily as they would make it out to be.

    I once listened to Echoes impresario John DiLiberto refer to a tune as being in 3/4 – only it wasn’t – it was in 4/4 and you were hearing triplets on the percussion. That would make a difference of 180 bpm v/ 60 bpm based upon the way you perceived the track.

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