you had me until you started in about doing the Cha Cha.
merry Christmas though!
So I have a couple of unique issues I am hoping for some help with. I recently a built a NAS so I could put my FLAC music collection all in and one place and run an arcade front end on my HTPC.
I wanted to get some ideas of what music software people use to manage their libraries, as now that I have mine all in one place and am organizing it I realize it is enormous. Currently I am using Foobar2000. But there are two distinct issues I'd like to work out. One is I am a ballroom dancer and I'd like to be able to tag music that is a particular kind of dance, so that if say, I want everything that a Cha-Cha can be danced to, I can search for that tag and it'll bring up those songs. In order to help with that I need to know the beats per minute and the time signature. Apparently there is software that does this, but I am hoping for some kind of all-in-one solution that will tag the track with the latter two bits of information and between that and listening to it, I'll be able to easily add/edit a "dance" tag.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You can kind of see why it'd be nice to have all the songs you can dance to a given dance labeled. Though threads you respond to usually gather more responses, so maybe that'll help. Merry Christmas Keg.
Normally I will absolutely hate every bell and whistle that gets shoveled into mp3 players, but this one sounds like it might actually be pretty cool. So I did the obvious thing and googled for "time signature detection software" and the first link http://www.bpmdetection.com/bpm/ looks fairly useful. But of course I'm too lazy to do the second step, which is trying out the software on that list and seeing which ones are worth a shit, and which ones are just shit.
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