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Transposer 2.0

Earlier today, worshipmusic.com sent me a newsletter today regarding the release of Transposer 2.0. Here is the full announcements:
NEW: Transposer 2.0, pitch and tempo changing software!

Singers, musicians, worship leaders- ever wanted to change the key of a song instantly, so you could hear the audio file in the best key for you? Changing the sheet music or chord chart was always something you could do, but how could you change an actual audio file with your favorite recording on it? The answer is Transposer 2.0.

Transposer 2.0 allows you to raise or lower the pitch of any MP3 song without changing the tempo. You can also change the tempo of an MP3 song without changing the pitch. The quality of the recording remains the same, within reasonable limits (pitch changes between 4-5 semitones, and tempo changes of 25% or less).

This program can be very useful to someone trying to learn a certain track of a song.Transposer 2.0 Some applications of Transposer 2.0 include:
  • Practice or play in your key- by raising or lowering the pitch of a song you can practice in your ideal key!

  • Learning a song - lowering the speed makes it easier to write down each note of an arrangement or instrument solo part.
Runs on all these Windows/PC platforms: Windows 95, Windows 98/SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP.
If you want to try it out, there is a free shareware version that you can download.
You can now try out Transposer 2.0, by downloading a free demo of the software and trying it out! The demo version will let you try the software before you buy and will help you see if this software tool is right for you! Select HERE to download the software now.

This demo download is completely free, and includes no spyware, or any other programs. It is simply a demo version of the Transposer 2.0. The demo will operate exactly at the fully licensed version of the software, except that it will not allow you to save the transposed song files to your computer, until you acquire a valid license key. This allows you to try out the software on the song files you want, and allows you to hear the results for yourself before purchasing the software.
I tried it for a song, and it sounds pretty good. Try it out yourself and let me know what you think!

Comments

Here is an open source software program that does the same thing:

http://www.xs4all.nl/~mp2004/bp/
ogautama said…
Thanks, Geoff! I'll take a look at the software you refer to.

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