#1
and i was wondering if there were any programs i could download that i can use to slow down the songs?
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#2
windows media player can and i think Audacity can too
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#3
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and i was wondering if there were any programs i could download that i can use to slow down the songs?


Why don't you just start with something that you can handle? If you need a program, your most likely working something beyond your ability. It takes time and practice to train the ear.

though, if you don't actually want to train the ear and just want to learn something that is beyond your skill level, a program of that nature may help you.
Last edited by GuitarMunky at Feb 26, 2009,
#4
i've learnt some nirvana songs by ear before, so i have an idea where im goin, its just the faster songs i need the help with
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i've learnt some nirvana songs by ear before, so i have an idea where im goin, its just the faster songs i need the help with


well, the program may help, but I think if you spent some time on songs that are harder than Nirvana, yet easier then whatever it is that you need the program for, it will be better for your listening skills. (you did say you want to learn songs by ear right?)

Train the ear if thats your goal. If you just want to play something beyond your ability to hear, the program may be the right thing for you. (and I'm not saying there is anything wrong with that). Maybe you can do a bit of both.

Sorry for the lecture, and that I didn't actually name a program. ... I never use things like that. I'm sure they are out there though, and someone is sure to post and help you out.
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#6
ah ok man, thanks for the advice though
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#8
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well, the program may help, but I think if you spent some time on songs that are harder than Nirvana, yet easier then whatever it is that you need the program for, it will be better for your listening skills. (you did say you want to learn songs by ear right?)

Train the ear if thats your goal. If you just want to play something beyond your ability to hear, the program may be the right thing for you. (and I'm not saying there is anything wrong with that). Maybe you can do a bit of both.

Sorry for the lecture, and that I didn't actually name a program. ... I never use things like that. I'm sure they are out there though, and someone is sure to post and help you out.

you're stupid
use audacity bro
#10
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dumbass

don't post dumbass ****
dumbass
i've never seen any pros recommend not slowing down the music, they almost always say you should
stop making up ****
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#11
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don't post dumbass ****
dumbass
i've never seen any pros recommend not slowing down the music, they almost always say you should
stop making up ****


You cant call someone a dumbass when your username is hailsatan69. You shouldnt have to slow it down to hear it.
#12
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You cant call someone a dumbass when your username is hailsatan69. You shouldnt have to slow it down to hear it.

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#13
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i've never seen any pros recommend not slowing down the music


You just did. Now if you can ad something of value to the post, please do, otherwise kindly stfu.

Mods, this guy is a troll. Read his posts. They are all aimed at getting a reaction like this.
Im not much for * reporting people, but please ban this guy. He has posted nothing of use to anyone. He is strictly looking for controversy.
Last edited by GuitarMunky at Feb 26, 2009,
#14
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You just did. Now if you can ad something of value to the post, please do, otherwise kindly stfu.

Mods, this guy is a troll. Read his posts. They are all aimed at getting a reaction like this.
Im not much for * reporting people, but please ban this guy. He has posted nothing of use to anyone.

you are useless bro
#15
There is a program called Transcribe! it is very good for using it to slow down songs without changing the pitch. Check it out.