For some time, I’ve been looking for a beats-per-minute analyzer for my iTunes library. So I was delighted to stumble across TagTraum’s beaTunes. By analyzing songs beats per minute, you can organize them for your workouts or for any other coordinated playback (like DJ’ing at a party). Unfortunately, beaTunes doesn’t deliver on the promise. It’s very, very, very slow. It took approximately 90 seconds to analyze a 22-second track. I put it out of my misery long before it had analyzed more than a few tracks. Also, it will not analyze FairPlay tracks which includes most purchases from the iTunes Music Store. Can anyone else recommend a good (quick and reliable) OS X BPM utility?