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Old 11-30-2011, 06:43 PM
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Learning music by ear - is there free software...

...that will allow me to pause an mp3 and hold a note/chord?

I expect I could do it with something like ProTools, but that's probably too complicated to learn and expensive.
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Old 11-30-2011, 08:45 PM
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Re: Learning music by ear - is there free software...

CD players with an A-B repeat can repeat a very short segment of music pretty rapidly; I've done it for a single word. But it's kind of clumsy and you probably already though of that option....could work though.
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Re: Learning music by ear - is there free software...

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CD players with an A-B repeat can repeat a very short segment of music pretty rapidly; I've done it for a single word. But it's kind of clumsy and you probably already though of that option....could work though.
Or something like Cool Edit will allow you to select a section of the file and loop it. You can even do an FFT on it to look at the frequency components.
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