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I'm more than a bit backward when it comes to new technology (is there such a thing as "smartphonophobia"?), so this might be old news to most of you. - I've just discovered the value of the "half speed" option on Youtube. I've been struggling with one tricky piece for months, and I recently found a vid of it that shows the fingering quite clearly. Playing it at half speeding has turned out to be much more informative than the tab and instructional vids I've found of the same thing.

Try it and see.

The quarter speed option does give any sound for some reason. Is it just my computer?
#2
didn't know that. thanks for the info

quarter speed's getting me no sound either
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#3
Tony Done
Transcribe (www.seventhstring.com) lets you play video, slow it down, while keeping the pitch the same (but you can pitch shift it as well, which is great if you're in standard tuning and a track has been recorded dropped a semitone, say) Tried it just now, and went down to 25% speed.
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Tony Done
Transcribe (www.seventhstring.com) lets you play video, slow it down, while keeping the pitch the same (but you can pitch shift it as well, which is great if you're in standard tuning and a track has been recorded dropped a semitone, say) Tried it just now, and went down to 25% speed.


Thanks, I've heard of things like that, but didn't know their names. I've been doing sound-only (pitch shifting, tempo etc) for a long time, but being able to watch at the same time is great.