The Treehouse + The Cave

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Monday, March 20, 2006

Paces Per Minute

Paces Per Minute

Off-and-on for awhile now, I've found myself waiting for a specific song to come up on my iPod. Well, one of an infinite many I guess. It's one that aligns perfectly with my pace at the time--each beat hitting with my heel. Whenever I find one, I give it a quick one-star rating so that a smart playlist can catch it. This system's yielded four or five so far, in which I set the BPM. I think I'm interested in averaging the speed, figuring out what my tear through the city is. For now it's 136.

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