Computer in the Studio

Eleanor Bennett said: Jan 4, 2012
 
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Viola
Villa Rica, GA
62 posts

Has anyone had experience with the Apple I Pad, Mac Air, or the Mac Pro. What was your experience. Trying to figure out which one to buy. Bottom line: I want to be able to play cd’s at different speeds without changing the pitch
Thanks,
Eleanor Bennett
Douglasville Cultural Arts Center

Eleanor Bennett

Ken Hiebert said: Jan 4, 2012
 Guitar
8 posts

There’s a great piece of software available for FREE called “The Amazing Slowdowner” . Very simple and I use it a lot. I know it works on a PC. Not sure about Mac.

www.MordenGuitarLessons.ca

Peter MacKinnon said: Jan 4, 2012
 
Suzuki Association Member
Piano
Peterborough, ON
2 posts

Hello.

You might also consider the Roland CD-2 recorder. In addition to
handling your slow-down needs, WITHOUT a computer, it’s extremely
versatile in its prime purpose, which of course is recording. It
will also playback pitch shifts, without changing the tempo, if
that’s of any interest to you.

Best regards,

Peter MacKinnon
Peterborough Suzuki School of Music

Jennifer Visick said: Jan 7, 2012
Jennifer VisickForum Moderator
Suzuki Association Member
Viola, Suzuki in the Schools, Violin
998 posts

I remember posting on this topic a while back… search turns up the following two threads which you might be interested in reading through:

https://suzukiassociation.org/discuss/6743/

and

https://suzukiassociation.org/discuss/5606/

(or https://suzukiassociation.org/discuss/5606/#c8697 which is my comments on the topic)

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