#1
Ok, so I think the easiest way to learn a song is to play and sing while listening to it. Usually this is not a problem...however, I am learning the song Hey There Delilah, and it is just out of my vocal range. I know I can tune my guitar down, but I also want to tune down the mp3...is there any way to do that??

thanks a bunch
#2
Easily... programs can do it, there is freeware around and it's rather simple to use. Google "shift pitch winamp" and you should find a plugin for winamp that does the trick.
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#4
Quote by cokeisbetter
Shouldn't be too hard at all.



uummmmm...........can u tell me how?
#6
hmm... wouldn't it be easier to just learn the song how it's supposed to be... then just go ahead and drop everything by a semitone or two once you figure it out?
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#8
Quote by BigFatSandwich
hmm... wouldn't it be easier to just learn the song how it's supposed to be... then just go ahead and drop everything by a semitone or two once you figure it out?


The problem is that there are a few parts that are out of my vocal range...
#9
Quote by davidmtml
The problem is that there are a few parts that are out of my vocal range...

Download GP5. You can drop tune all the instruments. It may not be the original track, but its a lot better. Send me a pm if you want GP5 reg code.
#10
Quote by вяaи∂ иєw
Download GP5. You can drop tune all the instruments. It may not be the original track, but its a lot better. Send me a pm if you want GP5 reg code.


Thx for the offer, but i already have GP5