MusicTrans allows you to slow your music down to 25% of its speed without altering its pitch or original sound. You can also mark a section for loop, so you can practice your playing and repeat that section all the times that you need to, at your own pace.
MusicTrans is the only one to include a realtime note analyzer where you can easily see on the screen the notes used in the song. Everytime that you change the equalizer settings or adjust the vocal remover, the note analyzer will show you exactly what you are listening.
If you have asked yourself how people create sheet music or guitar tablatures, or how they can learn to play even the most difficult and fast parts, this is the tool for the job.
• Time stretching with pitch locking down to 25% of the original speed.
• Realtime note analyzer shows you exactly you what are listening at any time.
• Loop marks for repeating any part.
• Voice reduction keeping other details like the bass or other bass sounds.
• Listen to an specific audio channel with the panning control.
• Powerful 10 band equalizer to adjust each frequency range with precision
For the best experience, we recommend you to use MusicTrans with headphones.
You have 5 days to try MusicTrans for free. Once the period has expired, you can continue using MusicTrans but it will go to silence after a few minutes
Thank you so very much for this amazing app! I can now learn to play some of my favorite music! Well worth the purchase and pretty accurate! Would love to see some sort of PDF music output option.
NYC app you got there
Worthless app. Does nothing. Made me purchase after 6 mins promoting more additional buttons. Id like to actually try and separate cords and put them together as one from a song.
I use this to learn guitar riffs and chord changes. It works great for that! It lets me slow down the songs and filter out unwanted parts so I can hear what I need to hear. Developer is awesome, too!
This is my first time to buy an app amounting to this because I'm really impressed when I used the lite version. One suggestion though, I think it would be great if I can change instrument for viewing chords. Like for example is a bass guitar. But for now this piano is fine. :)
I'll be back in a week with a better review. I hope this isn't a duck... Charles
How to get it out