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Hi guys!Do you ever happen to know the new Facebook group page named "Software for Musicians"? Someone told me that they created a new group, I pulled myself out when they announced that they will…Continue

Started Oct 25, 2015

Music Software
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Can anyone suggest a good audio or music slow downer? I bumped into this software called Song Surgeon but I still want to compare other software…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Tarnowsky Mar 9, 2015.

Slow down music software
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Would you consider in slowing down music as an option in learning guitar? I asked this since I stumbled on some slow down music software which as being discussed can help in learning to play a…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dane Hyde Nov 26, 2011.

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Dylan Harper commented on musiclover22's blog post Comparison between Amazing Slow Downer and Song Surgeon
"So far, I have been using Song Surgeon for the past 5 years and it has been a good software for my guitar career, but then again we all have different preferences, just sharing my thought here."
Apr 13, 2016
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Software for Musicians - Facebook group page

Hi guys!Do you ever happen to know the new Facebook group page named "Software for Musicians"? Someone told me that they created a new group, I pulled myself out when they announced that they will have another group page. I want to join the group because they are running free drawings for music software.Thank you for your help in advance!See More
Oct 25, 2015
Michael Tarnowsky replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Music Software
"Hello, I use Song Surgeon quite a bit. My wife is a new guitarist and likes some flatpick song but the mp3 was a little too fast for her to play along with. I slowed it down to 50 percent and it is easy for her to play with it. As she gains speed we…"
Mar 9, 2015
Dylan Harper posted a discussion

Music Software

Can anyone suggest a good audio or music slow downer? I bumped into this software called Song Surgeon but I still want to compare other software maybe there is a better one out there or this could be a good one already.See More
Feb 24, 2015
Dylan Harper replied to Russ Norton's discussion best way to practice to learn bluegrass solo breaks
"Consider also on using software that will help you do that bro, Everything that I learned I use the power of software that will help me learn anything about music. "
Feb 24, 2015
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Feb 24, 2015
Dane Hyde replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"Yes! I use the "amazing slow downer" you can select music from a CD or a file and slow it down, pan left or right, loop or use any small segment or phrase and loop. The trick that I like to use is, as soon as you have learned the tune, go…"
Nov 26, 2011
Tom Faux replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"I use Audacity.  It's free and super easy to use for most recording, formatting, mastering, etc.  Works on most audio formats. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ Tom"
Nov 25, 2011
ganon replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"ps ~ there are a few freeware 'slowers' out there - my experience (for the ones I tried a few years ago) was that they are worth what you pay for them."
Oct 26, 2011
ganon replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"I think the free (unregistered) version of ASD will (forever) work on the first 25% of a sound file, up to 3 minutes. So, if you really don't want to pay the software developers their due, you can simple paste 4 copies of a song together with…"
Oct 26, 2011
Dylan Harper replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"Thanks for the assistance. I was actually looking first on FREE slow down software but if below softwares you recommend will give me more features that would help in my progress then I would try it. I think both of you suggested base on experience…"
Oct 26, 2011
ganon replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"I agree that Song Surgeon is more fully featured and has a much better interface (layout), and if I were to buy again, it would be my preference. Also, you can get a fully functional demo version (which stops working after four hours of use) so that…"
Oct 19, 2011
ganon replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
". . . (I) use Amazing . . . (this wasn't meant to be a command, as it reads)  ;>)"
Oct 19, 2011
Doug Lindhout replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"I use Song Surgeon.  Very cool, very feature rich.  Able to change pitch and speed w no loss of fidelity; can easily create lead or rhythm tracks to play against; can create a stand alone executable of a song to send to your band mates and…"
Oct 19, 2011
ganon replied to Dylan Harper's discussion Slow down music software
"Yes, use Amazing Slow Downer all the time. Also for key/pitch shift and karaoke functions. Great tool, as long as you don't become too dependent."
Oct 19, 2011
Dylan Harper posted a discussion

Slow down music software

Would you consider in slowing down music as an option in learning guitar? I asked this since I stumbled on some slow down music software which as being discussed can help in learning to play a guitar. Has anyone tried this?
Oct 19, 2011

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