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Anyone know of a BPM analyzer for PowerPC Macs?

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Post #1 · Posted at 2012-01-04 05:19:20am 2.5 years ago

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The only one I know of is MixMeister, and it gives horribly wrong BPMs on anything I put in. Can someone help me out?

Post #2 · Posted at 2012-01-04 05:53:55am 2.5 years ago

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If you're getting wrong BPMs from MixMeister, try analyzing the original uncut MP3.
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Post #3 · Posted at 2012-01-04 06:01:27am 2.5 years ago

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OK, I'll plug the results of the uncut MP3 into SM and see if it makes more sense. Thanks!

EDIT: Hm, that doesn't seem to work either. It's definitely closer than before, but still off.
EDIT 2nd style: Nevermind, dumb question
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