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Anytune music slow downer app updated to v3.5

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Anytune 3.5

Anystone Technologies has updated the Anytune music slow downer practice app to version 3.5.

Slow down music, choose the perfect pitch, and learn to play by ear. Slow Downer Music Practice Perfected. Anytune Pro+ is a universal app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Changes in Anytune v3.5

  • ReTune – Associate a tempo, pitch or delay time with marks.
  • Built-in Recording.
  • Export a tuned track via Email or Open-In.
  • Search for Tunes, Songs, Playlists, Artists and Albums.
  • Change sort order of Tunes list: Manual, Alphabetical, Date Imported, Date Last Played.
  • Delayed playback start.
  • User defined preset names for audio marks.
  • Autoplay option on mark selection.
  • Ability to shift loop from A->B or B->A and 1/2 or x2 the size of the loop.
  • Set default tempo, pitch and gain for newly imported songs.
  • Enhanced help menu.
  • Improved Facebook and Twitter sharing options.
  • Loop once option.
  • Graphical UI enhancements.

As of the launch of Anytune 3.5 the app is available as Anytune (free), and Anytune Pro+ (previously Anytune Pro HQ), priced at $16.99 USD.

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Anytune perfects music practice with the launch of Anytune 3 for iOS

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Anytune has announced the release of version 3 of the Anytune music practice iOS app for musicians of all kinds.

Anytune 3
Anytune 3 now comes with LiveMix input mixing, FineTouch EQ, and more.

Musicians worldwide use Anytune to learn to play or transcribe songs by slowing down the tempo, adjusting the pitch, repeating loops, setting navigation marks and sharing timed comments using their favorite tracks. Musicians love being able to slow down mp3 music with Anytune. The first app to offer features normally found on expensive desktop software, Anytune is consistently ranked as the highest-rated music practice app on the Apple App Store.

Anytune 3 continues the tradition by producing HQ audio allowing musicians import their music, slow mp3’s, visualize their songs, and practice at their own pace and pitch. Now, with the redesigned Anytune 3, users can perfect their music practice and learning even further using FineTouch EQ and LiveMix.

“FineTouch EQ allows you to pinpoint your instrument in the track,” said co-founder and CEO Tony Wacheski. “Unlike traditional EQs with fixed bands, FineTouch EQ has innovative controls that give musicians unprecedented flexibility to precisely enhance or suppress the instrument they want. The effect is particularly powerful when combined with LiveMix.”

“The best way to describe LiveMix is it makes you feel as though you are playing in the band,” said co-founder and CTO Sean Kormilo. “Plug an adaptor such as an Apogee JAM into your iOS device and you can practice in a live mix of your song with your instrument through your headphones or an amp – all at your pace and pitch.”

Damian Erskine from No Treble recently reviewed Anytune Pro HQ 3. “Anytune HQ 3 is now my all-time favorite slow downer of any iOS app,” said Erskine. “They’ve spent 6 months redesigning the app and have integrated many new features that users had requested. Job well done!”


Feature overview of Anytune 3 – Music Practice Perfected.

Changes in Anytune 3

  • Feel as though you’re playing in the band with LiveMix™ input mixing (Apogee JAM, iRig, Mic).
  • Pinpoint your instrument in the song visually and precisely with FineTouch™ EQ.
  • Step-It-Up Interval trainer.
  • Beautiful new user interface.
  • Zoomed in waveform to pinpoint all the details.
  • Seamless looping.

Anytune 3 is available in free, Pro ($9.99 USD), and Pro HQ ($14.99 USD) versions.

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