I'm used to similar music analyzers working at a very leisurely pace. With my sample library, you can safely leave it all night. tuneXplorer managed to calculate everything in literally an hour. It's too early to say anything about accuracy, but I checked several tracks at random and 8 out of 10 were correct. For a five-star rating, it clearly lacks support for your own library, like iTunes.
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!