Works great It all works great but it would be nice if you could store it on the SD disk (internal memory) instead of only to phone memory. You app makers need to make your apps that way because these phones barely have enough indigenous memory to support all the crap that they come with.
IDK If this works My friend and I use different BPM apps. This one gives a different BPM than the others... And its wrong. I don't know if the phone could effect this, the version, IDK. But this app simply does not work properly. My phone: HTC one vx, Jelly Bean
Very accurate, but where are the options? I tested the app with a digital metronome, and it works very well -- generally to an accuracy of plus or minus 1 BPM. The option to switch between two different ranges is quite nice and improves the accuracy -- as long as the tempo stays away from the endpoints of the selected range. Unfortunately, I cannot see any way to display the spectrogram, open the app options, or get an ad-free version (if one exists). Where is all this hidden?
It doesn't work very well for me, probably because of my instruments (fiddle, flute, accordion) that don't usually have the "strong beat" that the description recommends. I found that it spent most of its time trying to figure out my speed, would display a number, and then erase it quickly. The number also jumped around wildly. I tried it out with a few friends, and while they agreed that I was playing with a clear rhythm, my (android) phone wasn't very good at getting the beat right. It worked pretty will with a friend's guitar, though, and I also tried it with my mandolin, which worked. But if you have a "smooth" instrument, you probably won't find it very useful. And it does use a lot of battery.
Can't Establish Beats Sorry guys, great idea but the app seems to pickup sounds other than beats and thinks they're beats. New Order - Tutti Frutti 177bpm according to your app. I don't know the actual bpm for the song but 177 is wildly out.
It kind of works Beat measurement is a tricky thing to automate. It gets basic beats right. But it takes long and sometimes jump around
1) Includes a new skin: Cleaner, crisper, and easier to read.
2) For fans of the old skin, it remains largely the same, but with improved readability.
3) A standard preferences dialog makes selecting different modes more intuitive.
4) Most importantly, the app now includes a two BPM detection ranges: 60-120 and 100-200. Pick the speed range that fits your music, and you'll no longer have to multiple or divide by two the get the correct BPM!
Change the speed and pitch of your music and other audio, independently.