Honestly, I am quite happy with the MiK, but it requires a persistent internet connection. I've been using tuneXplorer as a backup solution for a couple of years now, and I'm quite happy with the results of its calculations. I've never written reviews, so I don't know what else to add.
To my regret, I have no golden ears and I have to rely on software for analyzing tracks. Tunexplorer shows the same result as MIK, but it is cheaper and does not require an internet connection.
This is a great product! I've been using it for a couple of years now and really like it. With the last update they've added a context menu item in Windows Explorer so you can right click on a music folder and select tuneXplorer to process the folder, way cool! Thanks for an excellent product.
Just bought your tuneXplorer and thought I'd test its accuracy. I ran the first album in my collection through your software and here's the outcome of tuneXplorer vs MixMeister & songbpm.com.
The song is 'One in a Million' by '38 Special' from the 'Strength in Numbers' album.
tuneXplorer BPM = 79
MixMeister BPM = 118.58
Songbpm.com BPM = 118
All other songs on the album are within 1 BPM of each other. Using a metronome and playing the song I found that YOUR BPM is RIGHT ON THE MONEY for this song!