from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Music beats per minute
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- Beats per minute.
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- n. the pace of music measured by the number of beats occurring in 60 seconds
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· crashing if control module doesn't has 'bpm' input port
Nugget to nugget, getting the eye-kicks in at the required bpm.
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When a song has a beat per minute, they can then lock it in and sync it into their film, but they need to know the bpm.
So, they filmed to the demo, but now they had to know the bpm to re-record this so it would lock in to them dancing.
Now, bpm, in case you don't know what that means, is beats per minute.
So, I went in, and I'm sitting there watching the film, and he goes, "Oh, by the way, what's the bpm for 'Hungry Eyes' because they're having a hard time locking it to the demo."
I started this as 120 bpm to the punctum and adjusted as the episemas and text demand.
These guys get their heart rates to 170 bpm, then they drop, freeze, and nail a tiny little target.
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