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Free BPM Finder & Counter

A BPM Calculator is quite useful for musicians, for dancers or whoever wants to know the BPM of a song. This tap BPM tool allows you to calculate the tempo of any song by tapping to the beat. For instance, if you want to know the BPM of a sample or a song, you just have to tap along with the beat. After you determined the tempo of your song, you might want to use a metronome to keep the timing.

In addition, you can double or half the BPM you calculated with the “x2” and the “÷2” buttons. Furthermore, I added a sound feature that plays a metronome sound each time you tap. It is not necessary, however, maybe it is good to get some acoustic feedback.

Tap the beat - calculate the BPM manual

Tap the beat of any song to determine its BPM

You can use the green “TAP” button or any key (for example, the space bar) on your keyboard to tap in the tempo of your song. You only have to tap in the quarter notes for a few seconds to quickly calculate the BPM without waiting a whole minute. However, the longer you tap the beat, the more accurate the result will be. You can see the tap count on the lower left side of the BPM calculator. If you want to start all over you can use the “Reset” button or press “Escape” on your keyboard to reset the BPM calculator. The calculator resets itself automatically after three seconds. But you can also adjust this time.

Online Song BPM Calculator

While you can use my BPM tapping tool to measure the Beats Per Minute of an existing song but also for the BPM of a song you want to make. For example, I like to use this BPM Calculator on my smartphone. This allows me to check the BPM of any vibe directly. For this purpose, I added this page to my home screen. In Chrome, you can find this option in the menu (three dots) on the upper right.

Which genre has which BPM?

The style of a song is not only determined by the sounds and rhythms but also the tempo. You likely have some idea about the genre of a song when you hear it, based on your experiences as a music listener. Here are “typical” BPM ranges for a number of common music styles:

  • Dub: 60-90 bpm
  • Hip-hop: 60-100 bpm
  • House: 115-130 bpm
  • Techno/trance: 120-140 bpm
  • Dubstep: 135-145 bpm
  • Drum and bass: 160-180 bpm

Of course, a Hip-hop song not always has to be between 60 and 90 BPM. These are just guiding values.

Let me know what you are using the BPM Calculator for, in the comments below!

BPM Finder for Heart Rate or Pulse

Similarly, you could also use this BPM finder to quickly calculate heartbeats per minuteheart rate, or resting pulse. My professor, for example, was interested in this application to find out the best Beats Per Minute value for his workout. Maybe, I will integrate more functions in the future. If you need a specific feature, let me know in the comments below.

This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Drum and bass: 160-180 bpm

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  3. Anonymous

    Very helpful, informative and most accurate I have used.

  4. Anonymous

    That was great

  5. Anonymous

    Hardcore 170-220 BPM

  6. Abnyive

    This is just good to tap on

  7. Anonymous

    Difficulty 1-34 1 for easy 34 for impossible

  8. Abnyive

    Tap is alyways good thing well thanks

  9. Anonymous

    very helpful.

  10. Anonymous

    thank you for making this

  11. Anonymous

    easy and satisfying to use

  12. Anonymous

    fun and satisfying to use

  13. grxengine

    Clocking tempo of current hip hop to check against my own

  14. Anonymous

    ty uwu

  15. Rory the Border

    Thank you. I hate having to clock hardware with a Volca Beats just to find out what the bpm is…

  16. Anonymous

    This was useful, thank you

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