BPM Counter

Music is all about rhythm and timing, and knowing the Beats Per Minute (BPM) of a song is crucial for creating and performing music. With our advanced BPM calculator, you can accurately calculate the BPM of any song, whether you're working in the studio, playing live, or just trying to learn a new song. Our intelligent tap tempo calculator takes the time difference between your taps and calculates an average differential to determine the tempo range and average BPM of your taps. You can use this tool to measure the BPM of existing songs, or to find the BPM of a song you want to create.

BPM is a measure of tempo in music, representing the number of beats in a sixty-second time interval. The note value of a beat is defined by the denominator of the time signature, with one beat being one quarter note in the most common time signature of 4/4. You can choose the length of a bar in the advanced section of the calculator to define the note value. Other tempo measures include measures per minute and bars per minute. In electronic music, BPM is used extensively, particularly in dance music, where a song's tempo is crucial for determining genre, vibe, and beat matching. Different BPM values correspond to certain musical terms in classical music, such as Larghissimo, Adagissimo, Grave, Largo, Lento, Larghetto, Adagio, Adagietto, Andante, Andantino, Marcia moderato, Moderato, Andante moderato, Allegretto, Allegro moderato, Allegro, Vivace, Vivacissimo, Allegrissimo or Allegro vivace, Presto, and Prestissimo.

Understanding the BPM of a song can help you create and perform music in different genres, each of which has its own typical BPM range. For instance, Dub music ranges from 60-90 bpm, Hip-hop from 60-100 bpm, House from 115-130 bpm, Techno/trance from 120-140 bpm, Dubstep from 135-145 bpm, and Drum and bass from 160-180 bpm. You can also use our BPM calculator to quickly calculate heartbeats per minute, heart rate, or resting pulse. Whether you're a music enthusiast, a musician, or a fitness enthusiast looking to find the best BPM for your workout music, our BPM calculator is the perfect tool for you.