David Dickerson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>There is an open-source tool called "Best Practice" which is basically a
>free clone of the Amazing Slow Downer. You'll find that at
great stuff, wish they had it ported for MACs. for some reason it reminds
me of list members Bernard Chenery's abcplay program for midi, of many many
moons ago. it's a bit clunky, could use a wave editor. but heck it's free
and open source.
also checked out your website, lovely work, clean, elegant. nice to see
young turks coming into the music, loved the picture of the fluteplayer with
the flute sock, very hip.
the mp3s, video are alot of fun
now, it's great stuff, don't get me wrong, take this constructively, please,
ya'll need to slow down or at least put some slower music up on your website
to hightlight soul v. blazability, cause its smokin fast. however, take the
music where you wanna take, cause your doing great.
thanks for the info on "best practice" i'll pass it along. though one of the
weirder name for software i've come across, though there's django now too,
so who's to say, some day there may be a media player called, the knotted chord.