As far as I know, there's no way to display the BPM, unfortunately. However, in iTunes you could probably set up Playlists with particular BPM ranges - and it'd even be easier for you if you'd set up smart playlists. Then, just sync up the playlist with your iPod. So, for example, you could create a 150BPM playlist with all your songs that are about 150BPM.
Greetings "Jumpers" Does anyone out there know how to use the "BMI" (beats per minute) feature??? (I have the Classic) I'm a Granny just getting into this activity (& the new technology!). I thought it would be helpful to group together songs with the same BPM -- but, even though the BPM column shows up on my song list on the computer, I can't figure out how to get the actual beats per minute to show up beside the songs. "HELP"!!! Joy
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