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  • Beat Your Music settings sharing

    Share settings (BPM, Beat Start, Variance) for your favorite custom tracks here! Other people can take those numbers and plug them in to generate a track without having to use the beat calculator!

    It also helps to list the total track length and any other identifying information (source, album, etc.) so that people using different versions of the same track can make adjustments as necessary.

    If you need help with a song that isn't listed here, post in this thread instead.
    Last edited by Solitude; 09-08-2013, 05:09 AM.

  • #2
    Just did "Kung Fu Fighting" (the shorter kung fu panda version) and got 103.883 bpm and 0.039 beat start. It seems to work pretty well, although the slower intro is off, and there's a bit of oddness mid-song before it gets back in sync.
    Last edited by Solitude; 09-05-2013, 12:30 PM.

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    • #3
      My custom beat

      Guess I'll be the first outsider to create a beatmap
      I chose the song Freezepop Forever by Freezepop from the album Freezepop Forever

      Track Name: FreezepopForever
      Artist Name: Freezepop
      Variance: 3
      Beat Start: 0.244
      BPM: 170


      Only tried on Normal and Hard as I have not unlocked harder difficulties yet.
      Plays almost as well as the official songs (maybe like 5 notes at most feel weird but are really on beat)

      *edit 1*
      Would like to note this was made/tested on the Vita.
      The PS3 is too much of a pain to get the video/audio synced up, Perhaps patching in a way to do it similar to the beat system in song creation? The slider you have is as bad as trying to sync in the later guitar heros... (go for rock band style synching)
      *edit 2*
      Rounded the BPM to 170 (from 169.986)works a TON better.
      Also I'm going to be including Video Footage of all my tracks so people don't have to necessarily waste their time downloading and testing in case they don't care for it. Or see that it's just TOO awesome and have to have it!
      Last edited by Kolma; 09-06-2013, 04:15 AM.

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      • #4
        Cool, I'll give FreezePop a shot in a few hours! Been a fan since the Frequency/Amplitude days.

        In the meantime:

        Artist: Grendel
        Track Name: New Flesh
        Variance: 4
        Beat Start 0.1
        BPM: 135

        Tested on Expert and Master

        Source: Amazon.com mp3
        Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UjAIwB-tCM
        Last edited by Solitude; 01-21-2014, 05:59 AM.

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        • #5
          This game is kickass.. This is 3 song that i've importing so far and plays great on my vita..

          Track Name: Gentleman
          Artist Name: PSY
          Variance: 2
          Beat Start: 0.248
          BPM: 126.03

          Playing this on hard and its awesome.. The beat is accurate..

          Track Name: Price Tag
          Artist Name: Jessie J ft. BOB
          Variance: 3
          Beat Start: 0.371
          BPM: 87.52

          Plays great, few off note but still awesome

          Track Name: Trouble Is A Friend
          Artist Name: Lenka
          Variance: 1
          Beat Start: 0.455
          BPM: 118.014

          The bass in this song is very good and sync with the beat.

          I still playing on hard though, because i get my ass kicked on Expert
          Need to train hard..

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Solitude View Post
            Just did "Kung Fu Fighting" and got 103.883 bpm and 0.039 beat start. It seems to work pretty well, although the slower intro is off, and there's a bit of oddness mid-song before it gets back in sync.
            Is that the version from Kung Fu Panda?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mrmojorisin View Post
              Is that the version from Kung Fu Panda?
              I think so. It's way shorter than the real one - 3 minutes and change.

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              • #8
                Will post something if when i beat it
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                • #9
                  Greatest song of all time

                  Yeah, I have Bohemian Rhapsody on my list and other classics but none can beat: Ice, Ice, Baby!!

                  Variance: 0
                  Beat Start: .44
                  BPM: 115.723

                  Seems to work well. Yo! VIP! Let's Kick it!

                  I am also looking to experiment with other unusual songs including country and classical. Have fun!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CMaverick444 View Post
                    Yeah, I have Bohemian Rhapsody on my list and other classics but none can beat: Ice, Ice, Baby!!

                    Variance: 0
                    Beat Start: .44
                    BPM: 115.723

                    Seems to work well. Yo! VIP! Let's Kick it!

                    I am also looking to experiment with other unusual songs including country and classical. Have fun!
                    Appropriate, since we are doing a lot of collaborating and listening.

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                    • #11
                      I hate you all. Any free time I might have had is effectively being sucked away from me because of this game. You monsters, you blew it up! Damn you!

                      Anyway...

                      Track Name: Afterlife
                      Artist Name: Avenged Sevenfold
                      Variance: 0, or something. Dunno. (this will be the same throughout)
                      Beat Start: 0.098
                      BPM: 109.998
                      Side note: Slow mo moments time extremely well with this song.


                      Track Name: Sleepyhead
                      Artist Name: Passion Pit
                      Variance: 0, any, whatever......
                      Beat Start: 0.065
                      BPM: 106.035
                      Side note: Due to the beat dropping out during chorus sections the in game kick sound fills it in and sounds awesome.


                      Track Name: Evacuate The Dancefloor
                      Artist Name: Cascada
                      Variance: 0, or pickles
                      Beat Start: 0
                      BPM: 127.028
                      Side note: Turned out extremely well/on time.
                      Pro Tip: Play on "Dance Club" stage for full effect.


                      Track Name: Bad Touch
                      Artist Name: Bloodhound Gang
                      Variance: 5,4,3,2,1
                      Beat Start: 0.441
                      BPM: 123.013
                      Side note: You're welcome.
                      Pro Tip: Play on "Turkish Bath" because people get naked there and stuff.


                      Track Name: We Are Rockstars
                      Artist Name: Does It Offend You, Yeah?
                      Variance: 3, or whatevs
                      Beat Start: 0.103
                      BPM: 127.987
                      Side note: Godly slow mo moments.


                      Track Name: Shut Me Uo
                      Artist Name: MSI
                      Variance: 3, I actually prefer this one.
                      Beat Start: 0.097
                      BPM: 174.09
                      Side note: Decent slow mo.


                      More later. Now sleep.

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                      • #12
                        Track Name: Victory (Album Version)
                        Artist Name: Puff Daddy & The Family
                        Variance: 3
                        Beat Start: 0.439
                        BPM: 91.678

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                        • #13
                          Great stuff guys! Keep them coming!

                          One suggestion I have is if the BPM is really close to a whole number (like 136.01), trying rounding it off and listening to see if it's still on beat all the way through. A lot of times, especially in modern music and certain genres, the music is produced at whole number bpms, so the rounding makes it just a tiny bit more accurate.

                          Don't do this with beat start, though.
                          Last edited by Solitude; 09-05-2013, 12:32 PM.

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                          • #14
                            Track Name: Disorganized FUn
                            Artist Name: Ronald Jenkins
                            Variance: I played it at 2, but can someone please explain to me the difference and the workings behind this?
                            Beat Start: 0.325
                            BPM: 98.004

                            Maybe rounding off the bpm down to 98 might make it more accurate like someone pointed out.
                            It came out mostly pretty good although I kinda wished some of the gameplay would highlight some of the highs of the song rather than just the beat but oh well.

                            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWutAX3CQcE

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by El_Pistolerio View Post
                              Track Name: Disorganized FUn
                              Artist Name: Ronald Jenkins
                              Variance: I played it at 2, but can someone please explain to me the difference and the workings behind this?
                              Beat Start: 0.325
                              BPM: 98.004

                              Maybe rounding off the bpm down to 98 might make it more accurate like someone pointed out.
                              It came out mostly pretty good although I kinda wished some of the gameplay would highlight some of the highs of the song rather than just the beat but oh well.

                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWutAX3CQcE
                              Each variance number generates a different pattern based on the beat info and song, so you can try them all to see which one suits the song best.

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