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Young Col

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Yes, I downloaded it about a year ago. Very useful for new tricky pieces that are best played slowly until you get them right . I used it in conjunction with one of the ABRSM exam piece CDs in particular. It's free, easy to use and only really loses quality when you slow things down a lot. I see there's an updated version, that I haven't used yet.
 

BigMartin

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Yes, very useful. Does a better job (IMO) than Transcribe of slowing down a track without distortion.
 

Sue

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Thanks for this - I've been trying to transcribe Phil Woods A Sleepin' Bee without much success. This will help enormously!
 

Colin the Bear

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What a great bit of kit. I've just downloaded it and been having a bit of a play. It's been quite frustrating trying to play along to some of the backing tracks I've recently acquired that dawdle along. Shifting them up to 148 from 92 really makes them swing and no degredation of sound. Happy chappie:thumb:
 

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