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Beats per minute

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  1. (BPM) is a unit typically used as either a measure of tempo in music, or a measure of one's heart rate

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 13, 2008
  2. A rate of 60 bpm means that one beat will occur every second

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  3. The BPM tempo of a piece of music is conventionally shown in its score as a metronome mark, as illustrated to the right

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  4. This indicates that there should be 120 crotchet beats (quarter notes) per minute

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  5. BPM of 120.
    BPM of 120.

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  6. In simple time signatures it is conventional to show the tempo in terms of the note duration on the bottom

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