Top 10 Songs That Would've Sounded Better at Different TemposThere are all great songs but some would sound better at different tempos than they’re currently played at. In community list mode for others to share their thoughts, so what do you guys think.
I know everyone has different thoughts about this song, but it would've sounded better at 130 bpm (32.5 measures/bars/notes per minute) instead of 128 bpm (32 measures/bars/notes per minute). It would've compared to You Belong With Me if played at 130 bpm given the style it already has. Yet that would make a great Easter egg. Just think, Taylor Swift producing both major hit songs at 130 bpm (which's 2 bpm faster than this).
After hearing this song, I realized it would've sounded even better if it played at 136 bpm (34 measures/bars/notes per minute) instead of 134 bpm (33.5 measures/bars/notes per minute). Given its rhythm & style 136 would be a better match for this instead of a relatively unfitting 134.
Love Shack is legendary
A Madonna classic who would forget? It would've been even better if it played at 136 bpm (34 measures/bars/notes per minute) instead of 133 bpm (33.25 measures/bars/notes per minute).
It would've sounded better at 140 bpm (35 measures/bars/notes per minute) instead of 139 bpm (34.75 measures/bars/notes per minute). Yet Malibu's perfect where it's played at (which was 140 bpm or 35 measures/bars/notes per minute by the way).
Of course an unforgettable hit from Meghan Trainor, a bubblegum doo wop pop banger. Now it would sound even better if it's played at 135 or even 136 bpm (33.75/34 measures/bars/notes per minute) instead of 134 bpm (33.5 measures/bars/notes per minute). The rhythm & style of this song would fit better at those ranges than it's already played at.
It's a typical Meghan Trainor song with a bubblegum doo wop pop vibe, but it would sound a bit better at 140 bpm (35 measures/bars/notes per minute) instead of 139 bpm (34.75 measures/bars/notes per minute). It seems it's really missing a beat per minute that's necessary for this song. At least Dance Like Yo Daddy actually played at 140 bpm.
It's good where it's at. Part of 16 tracks in Lady Gaga's latest album Chromatica. The tempos of the tracks vary from 116 to 123 bpm (29 to 30.75 measures/bars/notes per minute) & each tempo fits with the style of each song.
It has a good beat but with that it sounds like it should've been played at 135 bpm (33.75 measures/bars/notes per minute) whereas it's 134 bpm (33.5 measures/bars/notes per minute) instead. Now don't get me wrong. Lots of songs have their individual speeds & 134 bpm isn't bad yet not a problem for rock as well as alternative whether traditional or electronic, but for a pop style like this, 135 bpm would've been a better fit & make this song sound better.
It's one of her newest songs, from her new album Folklore. Yet it's her fastest on there. Though I'm debating if it sounds good at 148 bpm (37 measures/bars/notes per minute) or would be better at 150 bpm (37.5 measures/bars/notes per minute)? They're both good ranges for this song, though if she did a 150 bpm hit in a future album, that would be cool. You decide.
It's a great song, but sounds so much like the 2nd edit of Brazil by Deadmau5 (which was sampled in 3 songs - Change Your Mind by Kylie Minogue, Touch the Sky by Taio Cruz & Happiness by Alexis Jordan - which all play at that tempo) which both played at 128 bpm (32 measures/bars/notes per minute), but this plays at 124 bpm (31 measures/bars/notes per minute).
It's arguably Joji's most upbeat dance hit yet, at 158 bpm (39.5 measures/bars/notes per minute), but given its style, 160 bpm would've been a better match for this (or 40 measures/bars/notes per minute).
This's Carly Rae Jepsen's most upbeat hit. An impressive 155 bpm (38.75 measures/bars/notes per minute). Though in fact it just missed a range in tempo, yet in fact just 1 bpm higher would put this at the vivace range & since vivace plays at least 156 bpm (39 measures per minute), this's still an allegro song (which's at least 120 bpm or 30 bars per minute) as well as molto allegro (which's at least 124 bpm or 31 notes per minute), like many of her dance pop songs. She had potential of making a vivace song with this & she & her producers decided to take a beat (per minute) away from this. Though 160 bpm (40 measures/bars/notes per minute) would've been a good idea for her & surely an epic hit that would be Shake It Off's rival (the song by Taylor Swift).
Once again another hit from Madonna but with an underplayed tempo (at 119 bpm or 29.75 measures/bars/notes per minute). If Forbidden Love were to play at 120 to compete with Love Profusion as well as Radio by the Corrs & Amazing by Seal (which all play at 120 bpm or 30 measures/bars/notes per minute), this would have to as well as Forbidden Love transitions smoothly to Jump in her album Confessions on a Dancefloor. Though that means West End Girls by the Pet Shop Boys (which this sampled) would also have to go up to 120 bpm (whereas it's played at 113 bpm or 28.25 measures/bars/notes per minute) in order to compete with the entire chain of such songs. We know allegro moderato & allegro aren't the same thing.
It could've been at least decent at 180 bpm (45 measures/bars/notes per minute), which's suitable for doing a wobble dance to (as that's the standard for such), but it's 2 beats (or 0.5 measures/bars/notes or 1 half of a full such) shy of that per minute, at 178 bpm (44.5 measures/bars/notes per minute). Not to mention this would become biggest debut, so there was potential for that. Yet Trollz is played at 180 bpm & isn't as popular. Even though many & I find him a nasty person.