Guitar and Drum TrainerOverview
Guitar and Drum Trainer is the ultimate musician's MP3 player to help increase practice time quality, improve playing faster and easier, or transcribe music.
Here are some ways that Guitar and Drum Trainer can help you:
Slow down music to practice and learn at your own pace.
Set loop points to practice only the parts of a song that you need to learn.
Pitch shift music to match your instrument's tuning.
Use the GDT Speed Trainer to gradually increase the music speed to build both accuracy and speed.
A full wave and zoomed wave form let you see the music that you are playing along to. Zoom in to the second.
Filter out unwanted musical parts with a powerful 31 band equalizer.
Shift the stereo balance to hear musical parts played in the left or right channels more clearly. Just double-click it to reset back to normal.
View real time EQ visualizations for a graphical intrepretation of the musical frequencies. Hover your mouse over the EQ visualizations to discover notes. Pause them and hover, or set tiny loop points and hover to find notes in music.
Choose your own color schemes for wave forms and EQ visualizations to match your personal style.
Open and play MP3, FLAC, WMA, OGG and WAV audio files.
Use the Count In feature to set playback delays that give you time to return to your drum kit, piano, or keyboard racks.
Adjust CPU controls for optimum performance of visualizations.
Control volume and gain seperately for complete volume control.
Save loops, EQ settings and color schemes for fast recall.
Save and open song configurations to continue practice sessions later.
Set preferences to work the way you feel most comfortable.
Language learners, dancers and vocalists can also use the same features to help them achieve their goals.
The rich feature set is carefully crafted to provide a smooth and easy user experience, while maintaining a high functionality for demanding professional musicians.
Added more shortcut keys, improved saving loop and waveform color set behaviour, can arrange saved loops and waveforms