#1
Okay, I have a big problem slowing down riffs from songs.

I can't get the right rhythm and I have a hard time counting it to myself as I'm playing it.

Does anyone know of a music software that changes the speed of a song, without changing the pitch?

Quite similar to SmartMusic if anyone has had experience to that.

Thanks.
#2
guitar pro does that
download the file and change the tempo.

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#5
Anyone have a program thats free and all you have to do is upload a track and slow it down that way?
#6
audacity. it has a slow down feature that changes pitch, and one that doesn't change pitch.
its pretty great, just not too great for recording
#7
I know Audacity can change both the Speed and Tempo of a track. I always forget which mode doesn't screw up the song completely, but Audacity can do what you're looking for.
#8
or... you can use windows media player for that.

On the menu "current reproduction" , look for "improvements" , and use "speed reproduction configuration".

I have version 11.something.

And I am using it in spanish, and if those aren't the right traductions for them, then that's what I can do.
#10
If you have Windows Media Player (11), you can slow down or speed up a song without changing pitch by going to: View->Enhancements->Play Speed Settings
#11
tuxguitar? it read gp files and you can change the tempo
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#12
i use audicity to change the speed of the song
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