In the past, musicians used to slow tape machines down so they could hear better what was being played, and so they could practice at a slower tempo before speeding up.
Also some songs are not in a perfect tuning due to tape speed and other issues – sometimes intentional.
To slow down songs, change pitch or even reduce original instruments I use Anytune. There are many other tools out there that do the same job, but for me Anytune just works.
In this episode I will review the Mac version and show some of its uses. It is also available for iOS, ipadOS, Windows and Android.
PlayerListen to “Episode 45: Play any tune with Anytune” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact information
- How you can support
- Discussion and demonstration of AnyTune
Last week’s episode on Antares Auto-Tune
The Anytune website
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Amazon affiliate links to the items utilised in this week’s episode:
- Focusrite Scarlett Solo
- Universal Audio Apollo Twin
- Rode Procaster Microphone
- Rode NT1 Microphone
- AKG K702 headphones
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