BPM: - Time signature: /

TEMPO: ms/beat

1 2 3 4
3:
667 ms
(1,50 Hz)
1.333 ms
(0,75 Hz)
2.000 ms
(0,50 Hz)
4:
500 ms
(2,00 Hz)
1.000 ms
(1,00 Hz)
1.500 ms
(0,67 Hz)
2.000 ms
(0,50 Hz)
6:
333 ms
(3,00 Hz)
667 ms
(1,50 Hz)
1.000 ms
(1,00 Hz)
1.333 ms
(0,75 Hz)
1.667 ms
(0,60 Hz)
2.000 ms
(0,50 Hz)
8:
250 ms
(4,00 Hz)
500 ms
(2,00 Hz)
750 ms
(1,33 Hz)
1.000 ms
(1,00 Hz)
1.250 ms
(0,80 Hz)
1.500 ms
(0,67 Hz)
1.750 ms
(0,57 Hz)
2.000 ms
(0,50 Hz)

PARTIAL DELAYS - LFO

1/2 (dot) 1/2 1/2 (3) 1/4 (dot) 1/4 1/4 (3)
1.500 ms
(0,67 Hz)
1.000 ms
(1,00 Hz)
667 ms
(1,50 Hz)
750 ms
(1,33 Hz)
500 ms
(2,00 Hz)
333 ms
(3,00 Hz)
1/8 (dot) 1/8 1/8 (3) 1/16 (dot) 1/16 1/16 (3)
375 ms
(2,67 Hz)
250 ms
(4,00 Hz)
167 ms
(6,00 Hz)
188 ms
(5,33 Hz)
125 ms
(8,00 Hz)
83 ms
(12,00 Hz)

EXPLANATION

How many ms is a dotted 8th note at 106 bpm?
Fill in "106" as BPM and check the "1/8 (dot)" box: 425 ms
How long is a 8-beat loop at 136bpm?
Fill in "136" as BPM, fill in "8"/"4" and the answer is: 3,529 ms (3.53 seconds)
This sheet music says "Larghetto". What's that?
Click on the "Larghetto" link and use something in that area of BPM (55-80)
What is the BPM of this song I'm hearing?
Use the on-line BPM counter and come back with the correct tempo!
(I created this page because I needed when I worked with Acid Pro 4.)

EXAMPLES

Classical tempo: Largo - Larghetto - Adagio - Andante - Moderato - Allegro - Presto
Musical genres: Disco - House - Breakbeat - Jungle

ODD TIME SIGNATURES

REFERENCES

Wikipedia: Beats per minute
Theory on note durations (half, fourth, eight, dotted, triplet)

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