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Detect BPM and Key values of audio track you are mixing or samples that you have created yourself with just one click using this app
Generally speaking, when it comes to organizing their music collection, everyone has their preferences. However, one of the things nobody can do without is the tag editor. Not only does this tool makes the organization process faster and simpler, but tags can also help other users with their projects.
tuneXplorer is a lightweight piece of software that enables you to find out the basic characteristics of the audio tracks, data you can use to improve your mixing technique.
User-friendly and clean GUI
After a quick and straightforward setup, you come face to face with an uncluttered and intuitive interface. The UI consists of the main window where you can seamlessly add your tracks for processing, as files or folders. The app displays several pieces of information about the tracks, namely the duration and the BPM and Key, after the processing.
You should know that the program enables you to view the properties of the audio tracks you are about to process. Therefore, by accessing the Properties function, you can learn details such as format, sample rate, channels, bits per sample as well as metadata including the title, artist, album, year and the genre.
Allows you to detect the BPM and keys for your tracks
The role of the program is to help you identify the BPM and keys for the audio samples you are considering using in your beatmatching or harmonic mixing sessions. As you probably figured out by now, you can extract this data with just one click for your entire music collection.
It is necessary to mention that the application comes with ID3 tag support and hence, you should not encounter any issues with using audio samples you obtained from other sources, providing they include TKEY and TBPM.
A tool that can be useful for anyone interested in mixing
All in all, if you want to make sure that you got the best material for your mixing session that comes with matching tempo and beats that hit at the same time, then perhaps tuneXplorer could come in handy.