You'll see an orange '32' next to most tracks on FitMixPro. This means that the track is '32-count'.
What is a 32-count track?
The orange '32' next to a track means that track is 'choreography friendly': It will be made up of complete 32-count (or '32-beat') sections. It will also have beat references all the way through it - this could be percussion, vocals or melody, something which makes it easy for any fit pro to keep time with the music.
The mixer will always mix two 32-count tracks together to keep the 32-count sections in time. This can be heard when you click Mix Demo, just click the icon between any 2 tracks in the Tracklist and the Auto DJ will mix them together for you.
Sometimes you'll see little notes in [square brackets] next to the track name - don't worry, if it is marked 32-count then it will always be safe to use and have a good beat reference throughout. The notes are just for your information on the style of track to expect, for example:
[Breakdown] may mean there's a section which may just have hi-hats / cymbals building up to a chorus.
[Breakbeat] means that the beat may be in more of a 'garage' style.
If you are unsure just click the grey Sample button next to the track to hear it.
Each track is vetted by our presenters and producers so you can rely on a track marked '32' count to be safe and easy to use for any 32 count choreography, without having to listen to it beforehand. As always, the music on FitMixPro is by the original artists.
Tracks that are not marked as 32-Count may have long sections without beat references, and will not be made up of complete 32-Count sections. Usually these will have an extra 4, 8 or 16 beats. Long house tracks, and chillout tracks are good examples.
At the checkout any non-32 count tracks will be shown in red, so you can double check your selection.