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Old 2005-12-19, 19:56
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yea, the keyboard analyser at the bottom that tells you the 'strength' of the notes
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Old 2005-12-20, 16:03
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Slowing tempo with Sound Forge

To slow down the tempo in Sound Forge, load an audio file, a mp3 per example. Then go to the 'Process' menu and choose the option called 'Time Stretch'. A window will open where you can configure various options to control the tempo.

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Old 2005-12-20, 17:39
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I've been trying to figure out how to slow stuff down, thanks naat. One more question: how do you isolate the guitar parts?
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Old 2005-12-20, 20:53
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Old 2005-12-22, 16:50
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Sound Forge

Sorry to answer late, been busy with some stuff... well, I'm not sure if it works, but there are some options in Sound Forge when slowing the tempo where you specify 'Solo Instruments', sometimes the drums sound low and the guitars higher... check these options to have a higher volume of the guitars.

Also, I use that Time Stretch... but there's another option in the menu 'Special', called Edit Tempo... I'm not sure how to use it, maybe you should check that, too... I'm gonna check it...

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Old 2005-12-22, 17:56
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Old 2005-12-23, 20:48
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Another alternative is to download the recording software "AUDACITY" and slow down the songs there. Open any song with audacity and change the bpm it's played at. I used it a while back but unnfortunately i couldn't hear the guitars too well over the vocals. Just tweek the EQ and see if you could make something work hope this helps
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Old 2005-12-24, 16:33
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Damn it! thanks again dude! tabbing the clansman in real time motion was nightmare and took me 2 weeksand I am sure it is still incomplete
Now I am sure my life gonna get easyer
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Old 2006-01-11, 12:12
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Yeah it really does help slowing songs down sometimes.

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Old 2006-01-11, 21:18
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Another alternative is to download the recording software "AUDACITY" and slow down the songs there. Open any song with audacity and change the bpm it's played at. I used it a while back but unnfortunately i couldn't hear the guitars too well over the vocals. Just tweek the EQ and see if you could make something work hope this helps


i have audicity and let me just say that it kicks ass its also the best recording progam ive used
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Old 2006-01-12, 13:45
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Cool Edit pro 2.0 is better for recording but for slowing stuff down and that audacity is way better it's not so difficult.

And i know before i said i never did cheat but now i do. But only on bit's which are really fast.
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Old 2006-05-04, 17:31
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anyone have a license key for transcribe???, my evaluation period (or sumtin like it) has ended and i cant find a key anywhere
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Old 2006-05-04, 17:44
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Just turn your clock back. I turn mine back to 2005 and it says I have 300 days left rofl.
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Old 2006-05-05, 09:20
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I listen to full speed for tabbing.
First i listen to a riff to get the main structure.
Then i take apart that riff note by note.
That means i listen to the first note and stop the player.
I search that note on my guitar and write it down.
Then i go forward with the next notes etc etc...
Most problems of course are the palm muted shit.
If you have some palm muted notes in between it's hard
to hear those notes exactly but with some practicising
it works ... mostly hehe.
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I get the parts i can full speed but if its too retardly fast i just slow it up.
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Old 2006-05-13, 11:39
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Just turn your clock back. I turn mine back to 2005 and it says I have 300 days left rofl.
holy fuck that worked, though, i have 31 days left and not 300

thnx alot man
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Old 2006-05-14, 05:25
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Then turn it back some more?
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