Audio Beat Detector Alternatives

    Audio Beat Detector is described as 'A digital DJ oriented automatic Beat Per Minute detecting software' and is an app in the Audio & Music category. There are eight alternatives to Audio Beat Detector for Windows, Mac, Final Cut Pro X and foobar2000. The best alternative is beaTunes. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try MixMeister BPM Analyzer or BPM Counter. Other great apps like Audio Beat Detector are Free BPM Detector (Free), Tangerine! (Paid), BeatMark X (Paid) and BeatScanner (Free).

    This page was last updated Dec 7, 2018

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      What started out as a BPM detection tool for DJs, runners and dancers, has become one of the finest iTunes™ library management tools around.
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    1. MixMeister BPM Analyzer is a free program you can use to automatically detect the exact BPM (beats per minute) of any song. The tags in most digital music files provide no BPM information at all, and others contain estimates, which are often inaccurate.


      Last version dated back to 2004 but it is still downloadable from

    2. BPM Counter is a fast and accurate beats per minute detector for MP3 music. It may be helpful for DJs who need to get information about entire music collection quickly and for any kind of remixing/sampling stuff.
    3. This free audio tool scans your entire collection of songs and detects the number of beats per minute, which gives an idea of how calm or how energetic the tune is.


      Latest version is 1.0.0 released in 2007

    4. Tangerine! lets you easily create playlists of upbeat music, or playlists for relaxing. It works by analyzing the BPM and the beat intensity of your music. Spend your time listening to music, not making playlists.


      Official site unavailable but download still accessible through software sites.

    5. BeatMark X produces an .FCPXML file in the same folder of the song and you can import in Final Cut Pro X the song and the markers placed in exact correspondence with the music beats.
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    6. The best and cheapest (as in free) tool to find and organize your workout music play lists is available here. Give it a try and see how easy it is to create your own workout play lists.
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      • foobar2000
      A component for calculating the BPMs (beats per minute) of any tracks in Foobar2000.
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