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Why can I hear 120 BPM, but not 2 Hz?

I think you've misunderstood what Frequency is, with respect to audio. Whilst 'Frequency' typically is 'how frequently something occurs', in audio it's how many times a sine-wave oscillates in a ...
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Beat detection and alignment

I created a small program in Python that does beat alignment. You may want to take a look: https://github.com/smiszym/tempoligner It's not perfect; probably usable just for simple cases. It doesn't ...
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Change in tempo between start and end of a single note - midi

First of all, there is no such thing as "note" in MIDI. Note in fact is a pair of Note On / Note Off events. It's absolutely OK to have tempo changes anywhere in a MIDI file. It's just a ...
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Which DAW handles time modulation (groove) best?

Pro Tools has some of the best time-stretching algorithms. Check out Elastic Audio.
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Reasamplomatic5000 Change Pitch Without Changing Tempo

Firstly it's nice to see someone making use of RS5000! Sadly, though, it works in the same way as most samplers in that it achieves the pitch changes simply by playing back the sample data at ...
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Software for very precise tempo/note duration

Both MIDI and .wav audio have its limitations in absolute time. For .wav files, this is usually quite small. If the sample rate is 44,100 kHz, you have enough time resolution to control your note ...
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Why can I hear 120 BPM, but not 2 Hz?

It's simple really; Your speakers can't reproduce a 1Hz sinewave, and if it could, you wouldn't hear it due to the limits of human hearing(plus, due to the size of the speaker cone, it would have very ...
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