A music player for musicians, singers, dancers, choreographers, and students. It lets you really hear all the nuances.
Slow Down Music Player makes it easy to learn new songs by slowing down or speeding up play back without changing the pitch! The song will sound the same as the original just faster or slower.
You can use the phrase editor to isolate the tricky parts of a song like the solo or a cool lick, and loop that section over and over again.
Use it to slow down a song to work out a tricky solo, hear the lyrics, or work on a transcription. Use it to choreograph a dance routine. Makes a great vocal trainer.
Use the speed up feature it to review lecture notes, pod casts or audio books stored in your iPod Music Library
Works with guitar, bass, trumpet, piano, voice, or any other instrument or audio file.
Whether you are a professional or a student this is a must have tool!
-Seamless integration with your Spotify Premium Account, iTunes, Apple Music, and thrid party apps.
- Note Apple only allows iTunes and Apple Music user to plays song they download and own.
- Easy to define and save phrases
- Loop phrases or entire song
- Change tuning or musical key
- Share slow downed version of a song or phrase with your friends and students
Questions, comments, or suggestions? Send email to support@SantaCruzIntegration.com
Various bug fixes and stability improvements
Ratings and Reviews
MT 2.1- I like it! Still great 7 years later!
It's quite amazing what MT 2.1 does for just a couple of bucks, considering you can pay several hundred bucks for a Tascam slow downer device and around fifty for some of the current computer-bound guitar/riff/song software packages. Those products do a lot of other functions, too, but the fundamental and most desirable feature for learning songs with any of these programs or devices is the ability to slow the songs down significantly without introducing noise artifacts. MT does that quite well and you can change key easily too.
Some reviewers have complained that it's not so easy to enter songs into MT 'directly' from your IPhone. But how you do this is basically just like adding a song to an ITunes playllist: go to a web site, upload the song via an "upload" (browse) button, and then ITunes syncs it into MT. I'll be interested to see if even more features are added to later versions, but I'm very impressed with MT 2.1 and still find it hard to believe I got it for just a couple of dollars.
Still great after using it for 7 years!
The app seems to work well so far.
Only issue is the app struggles with variable bit rate mps files. It only shows 0 to 23 seconds of the song at a time and is pretty much impossible to select a phrase from variable bit MP3 song. I was able to slow down an speed up but unable to choose a phrase to loop over.
So works well with fixed bit rate but not variable bit rate encoded MP3 files.
Perfect music tool
If your trying to learn intros or solo’s or just a section of a song that’s hard to hear this is the tool for you. I’ve used it for about 10 years on both iPhone and iPad with any issues or complaints.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.