[Trombone-l] Transcription Program

Wayne Dyess texastbone at gt.rr.com
Wed Jul 28 19:12:34 CDT 2010

There are several such programs out there, Bill.  The one that I finally settled on is Transcribe! by Seventh String.  I use it regularly, and after just a little time with it, you may find it to be an indispensable tool.

Good to see your name in my inbox.  Did you move out west?



On Jul 28, 2010, at 6:50 PM, Bill Redgate wrote:

> Nice Listmates;
>                   I'm guessing it was about two years ago or so that a
> particular program was much mentioned and supported for a brief while here
> on the list.  This program was touted for slowing down sound files without
> changing the pitch - as well as indicating pitches playing.  I remember
> thinking I need that - but now that I am getting "around to it" I can't seem
> to find the name of that program or remember it.  I have seen some, but I
> recall that this particular one even showed the tones at any given spot in
> the music - as well as slowing down the music without changing pitch and
> that whole armory of sonic weapons.  So, would any of y'all happen to recall
> the name of that program?  Failing that, would any of y'all have suggestions
> for a program to use to both transcribe - and also "sketch out" arrangements
> from sound files?  I suppose so as not to insult the musically educated I
> ought to say - I'm interested in melodic dictation and harmonic analysis.
> I'd sure appreciate the help.
> Bill Redgate
> Port Orchard Washington
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