MusicTrans tool for musicians

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3.4
270 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

MusicTrans allows you to slow your music down to 25% of its speed without altering its pitch or original sound. You can also mark a section for loop, so you can practice your playing and repeat that section all the times that you need to, at your own pace.



MusicTrans is the only one to include a realtime note analyzer where you can easily see on the screen the notes used in the song. Everytime that you change the equalizer settings or adjust the vocal remover, the note analyzer will show you exactly what you are listening.

If you have asked yourself how people create sheet music or guitar tablatures, or how they can learn to play even the most difficult and fast parts, this is the tool for the job.

Main Features:

•  Time stretching with pitch locking down to 25% of the original speed.
•  Realtime note analyzer shows you exactly you what are listening at any time.
•  Loop marks for repeating any part.
•  Voice reduction keeping other details like the bass or other bass sounds.
•  Listen to an specific audio channel with the panning control.
•  Powerful 10 band equalizer to adjust each frequency range with precision

For the best experience, we recommend you to use MusicTrans with headphones.

You have 5 days to try MusicTrans for free. Once the period has expired, you can continue using MusicTrans but it will go to silence after a few minutes
Updated on
May 12, 2018

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3.4
270 reviews
Greg Madianos
January 25, 2021
This is my favorite transcription app on Android, and the closest I've seen on Android to SeventhString's 'Transcribe!', my favorite transcription software overall (and which I use on Windows 10). I practice with MusicTrans fairly regularly on a Lenovo Tab 3 Plus running Android 7.1.1 That said, would love to see some updates + refinements to it, as some defects occur regularly, and at time cause the app to exit immediately. All in all, still view it favorably.
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Wyatt Binnard
February 17, 2021
Looks really useful and I'd buy the full version if I could. Unfortunately, it just gives "purchase failed" error messages so I can't use it. Seems like a bunch of others have the same problem, so hopefully it gets fixed since it seems to be the best android version of Transcribe!
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A Google user
April 11, 2020
Great for working out chords to songs by ear. The other reviews I see here doesn't seem like the people know what this is. It's a app for transcribing music and working out chords to songs by ear and its does an excellent job and it's available on Linux which is the reason I bought it. I used to use riff master which was discontinued. This does the same thing. Only other thing I would like is to be able to use songs straight from Spotify, but I don't know if it would be possible.
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Franco Catrin
April 13, 2020
Most of the time is quite frustrating coming to read the reviews, but this is not the case. Thanks for your words, and certainly you get the point of the app. I don't think I could read from Spotify, they would have to provide a download service that certainly they don't because it would hurt their service. BTW Linux rocks doesn't it?

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