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Does anyone know... Feb. 25th, 2013 @ 03:12 PM Reply

...the notes to Infertehno'smedley? I've been trying to do a remix of it for a while now but can't seem to get the medley down. If anyone knows the notes, please let me know; you help is greatly appreciated! :D

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Response to Does anyone know... Feb. 25th, 2013 @ 06:03 PM Reply

At 2/25/13 03:12 PM, Spl4sh wrote: ...the notes to Infertehno'smedley? I've been trying to do a remix of it for a while now but can't seem to get the medley down. If anyone knows the notes, please let me know; you help is greatly appreciated! :D

It's not that bad to transcribe it, but I have this program called "Amazing Slow Downer" which has saved me a lot of time when trying to transcribe music.

It's the fastest way to slow or speed something up without having to set up an audio program session.


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Response to Does anyone know... Feb. 26th, 2013 @ 07:53 PM Reply

At 2/25/13 06:03 PM, deadlyfishes wrote:
It's not that bad to transcribe it, but I have this program called "Amazing Slow Downer" which has saved me a lot of time when trying to transcribe music.

It's the fastest way to slow or speed something up without having to set up an audio program session.

Oh my gosh, you are my new favorite person. I do accurate, orchestral covers of old game tracks and had just resorted to listening to the melody, harmony, and bass over and over.

Although now I'm kicking myself because I didn't google this sooner. Nrr.
Ohwell, you're now my personal hero either way.

Also forgive my quote butchering. Idk how to use these forums.

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Response to Does anyone know... Feb. 26th, 2013 @ 07:57 PM Reply

At 2/26/13 07:53 PM, CheckeredZebra wrote:
At 2/25/13 06:03 PM, deadlyfishes wrote:
It's not that bad to transcribe it, but I have this program called "Amazing Slow Downer" which has saved me a lot of time when trying to transcribe music.

It's the fastest way to slow or speed something up without having to set up an audio program session.
Oh my gosh, you are my new favorite person. I do accurate, orchestral covers of old game tracks and had just resorted to listening to the melody, harmony, and bass over and over.

Although now I'm kicking myself because I didn't google this sooner. Nrr.
Ohwell, you're now my personal hero either way.

Also forgive my quote butchering. Idk how to use these forums.

You might also want to check out "Transcribe!", it's the one I use. It's got a very useful note estimator, EQ to remove frequencies as well as a chord finder. Very good bang for the buck.


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Response to Does anyone know... Feb. 28th, 2013 @ 03:34 PM Reply

He has a few layered melodies and there is a gate (I believe) throughout the track on one of the synths.

Isolate one instrument in your head, and figure that melody out on your first run. Then grab the others on your next runs. Eventually, you'll be able to just jump right into it.

If you need any more help, send me a PM and I can figure it out and send you it as a midi file. I know you can handle it though!


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