There are many program to infer the BPM of a track, e.g. Rekordbox and Traktor. They give one BPM for the entire track. How can I see the BPM evolution in a DJ set? (by see, I mean e.g. plot BPM vs. timestamp)

  • I recently DJ'd on a friend's setup at a small festival, and it was pretty much doing everything for me. All I had to do was EQ and push the fader back and forth. It was so boring, I had to turn all the auto-stuff off and go primal! But while it was on auto beat-sync and cueing, I'm sure the BPM wouldn't have changed throughout the set(maybe a few thousandths). But anyway, surely all you need is a BPM detector, not a track BPM detector.
    – n00dles
    Nov 16, 2022 at 9:31


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