zplane.development has announced deCoda, a software application that can decode any song so you can learn to play it in minutes.
Picking apart and learning a new song is a time-consuming and sometimes difficult process for any musician. Now zplane has combined numerous audio technologies within deCoda to make it easier and quicker to learn and practice new material. deCoda is software designed to help both new and established musicians with learning and practising passages of music.
Using simple drag and drop functionality, deCoda will automatically recognize and map the chords, song structure and tempo. The user can then play through sections at variable tempos starting off slowly and building up speed as proficiency increases. The musical key can also be instantly transposed, pitch changed in both directions by up to an octave and a focus EQ tool can isolate parts of the audio spectrum based on the frequency and panning information.
- Advanced chord and tempo detection algorithms.
- Flexible looping options.
- Automatic song structure detection – Part A, B C, A2, B2 etc.
- Available on Mac & Windows.
- GUI designed with a touchscreen in mind.
- Instantly transpose to a chosen key.
- Change tempo whilst maintaining the pitch.
- Focus EQ for isolating parts of the track.
- Melody information displayed on a piano roll.
- Exportable MIDI.
- One off low price for a perpetual license.
deCoda for Windows and Mac is available for the intro price of 29 EUR until January 31st, 2020 (regular 49 EUR). Supported audio formats include wav, aiff, mp3, wma, flac, and ogg.
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