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12/5/08 6:41 P

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Thanks for the suggestion!!!
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12/4/08 11:42 A

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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.

Here's more information on smart playlists:
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12/3/08 3:17 P

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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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