ClickBeatz Pro
ClickBeatz Pro
2.1.1

3.3

ClickBeatz Pro free download for Mac

ClickBeatz Pro2.1.1

11 October 2013

Tag your music library with BPM values.

Overview

Note: ClickBeatz Pro is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for download.

ClickBeatz Pro helps musicians to tag their music library with BPM values. Use it as clicker and save the detected BPMs into your library. ClickBeatz Pro 2 also browses your music library, plays your songs and fetches lyrics for the song that is playing. Since we have gone "Pro" ClickBeatz Pro 2 also shares your song lists with by using the integrated web service at port 11111. You can also allow and disallow download of the songs listed. ClickBeatz Pro 2 is also configurable by a generated .plist file in your library preferences folder.

Do not miss our video tutorial on our ClickBeatz Pro product page!

What's new in ClickBeatz Pro

Version 2.1.1:
  • Changed RAM settings for JVM (fixes a problem with not showing song browser on huge libraries).
  • Don't forget to reconfigure your Library path: /Library/Preferences/com.inmedia.clickbeatz.plist (after first program start)!

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How would you rate ClickBeatz Pro app?

3 Reviews of ClickBeatz Pro

2
Adreitz
10 February 2013
Version: 2.0.5

Most helpful

I really don't understand how this is supposed to work. It doesn't seem to interface at all with iTunes, so exactly what "music library" is this supposed to work with? That reduces the usefulness significantly. There are menu items that appear to do nothing, and I can't tell what the "set" button is supposed to do, though it does seem to realign the metronome to the time when you click the button. The use of Java to create this is another big negative, considering Java's recent security problems. With these other issues, I couldn't be bothered to try to figure out how the sharing integration was supposed to work, but a cursory examination appeared to show that this feature also does nothing. The documentation for this program is almost nonexistent. Finally, the bpm values out of the program seem to be reasonably accurate, but turning on the metronome function (command-m) seems to always run the metronome at a rate a few bpm slower than what was detected, so the clicks go out of sync with the music. Ever since iTunes-bpm was abandoned and stopped working with new versions of OS X, I've been looking for a low-footprint, free bpm counter with iTunes integration and accurate results. There aren't many options on the Mac. The best I've found is a widget just called "bpm" by flyingcheeseburger.com (website no longer works), but it doesn't provide any visual feedback and its bpm results take much longer to stabilize than iTunes-bpm did. I'd still recommend that widget over this program, though.
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Bdkennedy1
12 October 2013
Version: 2.1.1
Used to use a similar program. This process is very daunting considering many DJ apps automatically analyze the waveform now to get the BPM. Many DJ's have thousands of files.
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INMEK
10 February 2013
Version: 2.0.5
Version 2.0.5.1: We have fixed a problem with english localizations. ClickBeatz Pro 2 now should show up all your songs that you are using with iTunes. But: Be sure that iTunes always copies your songs into it's own library folder. If not so, ClickBeatz Pro 2 will not show the songs. Webservice: ClickBeatz Pro 2 contains it's own webserver inside. To activate it please use "Pro" -> "Webservice". Then use your web browser and test: http://localhost:11111. This should(!) work.
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2
Adreitz
10 February 2013
Version: 2.0.5
I really don't understand how this is supposed to work. It doesn't seem to interface at all with iTunes, so exactly what "music library" is this supposed to work with? That reduces the usefulness significantly. There are menu items that appear to do nothing, and I can't tell what the "set" button is supposed to do, though it does seem to realign the metronome to the time when you click the button. The use of Java to create this is another big negative, considering Java's recent security problems. With these other issues, I couldn't be bothered to try to figure out how the sharing integration was supposed to work, but a cursory examination appeared to show that this feature also does nothing. The documentation for this program is almost nonexistent. Finally, the bpm values out of the program seem to be reasonably accurate, but turning on the metronome function (command-m) seems to always run the metronome at a rate a few bpm slower than what was detected, so the clicks go out of sync with the music. Ever since iTunes-bpm was abandoned and stopped working with new versions of OS X, I've been looking for a low-footprint, free bpm counter with iTunes integration and accurate results. There aren't many options on the Mac. The best I've found is a widget just called "bpm" by flyingcheeseburger.com (website no longer works), but it doesn't provide any visual feedback and its bpm results take much longer to stabilize than iTunes-bpm did. I'd still recommend that widget over this program, though.
(2)
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Free

3.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
Application is not under development & not supported.

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