Developer: Andy Drabble

Current Version: 1.4

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 866.9 KB - Download


SlowMusic is an application for changing the tempo of a music track in real time without affecting the pitch.
It is particularly useful when learning a new musical instrument.


Release Notes:

Upgraded for v2 signatures


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.1
Review by MatthewGranz

Okay only if you enjoy Tremelo Effect - The coding is weak. When you speed up or slow down the speed you get a very annoying tremelo effect. A standalone product which does only a few simple things should not be producing these sort of artifacts. I wanted to use this to speed up a track I recorded which wound up a little slow, and this very weak application is not able to do the job. I also played with the pitch slider and found that it was mostly unresponsive. When I played with the volume slider, trying to increase volume, it instead lost volume and I could not get it back. Very badly written, and a waste of my money. I now have a badly made tool that does not do the job well. That's downright Annoying! Don't you hate it when you can't get your money back for a lemon of an application?

Found helpful by 13 out of 13 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.4
Review by Carl in Springfield

Useful app, just needs a few simple refinements... - This is a very basic program for controlling the playback of a music track speed and pitch. While basic, my daughter who is 10 is working throught some complex Bach cello passages and this app lets her play the tune at any speed she desires. Well worth the money if you are trying to learn complex music passages. It allows you to easily loop so you can play a passage over and over again until you get it. You can play the music painfully slow if you choose and this application will keep the pitch correct. I wish the developer would add buttons to fast forward, reverse, and reset to the loop beginning. As it is now, to reset to the beginning of the loop you must reload the track, easy enough to do but a bit inelegant.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people