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The most common way that Audacity can be used to find the BPM of a track is by using its own Beat Finder (Accessed by: Analyze > Beat Finder). This allows users to listen to a piece of music, and set parameters for the number of beats to find.What's the best way to change tempo on Audacity?
If the exact length of the audio is important, select the Use high quality stretching (slow) option. The default (fast) algorithm may sometimes sound echoey, especially when slowing down percussive music. For small to moderate tempo changes, use the "high quality" option to avoid this problem.What does the beat finder do in audacity?
The "Beat Finder" in Audacity is simply to mark (with labels) where (strong) beats appear in the track - basically it just marks the highest peaks. It does not tell you the BPM of the track.How can I find the tempo of my music?
Upload your audio files to find the key and tempo of the tracks in your library. This is a tool for DJs interested in harmonic mixing, producers looking to remix songs, and anyone trying to understand their music a little better. Browse or drag & drop audio files here to analyze your music.