Learn, practice, and transcribe your music. Speed up or slow audio tracks down without the need to change the pitch and modify pitch without the need to edit the tempo. Play and export slowed down versions of your tracks and learn to play it. The app handles all common music formats such as MP3 or Wave and uses Apple Quicktime to play tracks in almost any format, even video files.
iRehearse is a software phrase trainer designed to help musicians learn, practice and transcribe tracks. It has many of the features found in hardware models (Tascam etc.) but also allows you to take advantage of all the music on your PC or Mac.
iRehearse InterfaceThe interface of iRehearse is designed to mimic a hardware device, making it a more familiar environment for a musician. So you won’t need to be a computer genius to find your way around.
Tempo InterfaceControl the tempo (speed) of your track without adjusting the pitch. This means you can slow down a particular section of a song (the big solo for example) and hear each note more clearly. And as the pitch has not changed, you can still play along too!
Pitch InterfaceAs well as letting you control the speed of a track without affecting the pitch, iRehearse also lets you control the pitch without changing the speed. Ever tried to play along with ‘Welcome to the Jungle’? You’ll need to tune your guitar down one semi-tone. Alternatively, you could just tune the song up one semi-tone using iRehearse and play in normal tuning! iRehearse allows you to change tuning by semi-tone up and down two whole octaves (12 semi-tones = one octave). It also allows fine tuning using cents (100 cents = one semi-tone).
Loop InterfaceiRehearse allows you to mark a specific region of a track and play just that section. You can also select if you wish to play this section just once or repeat it over and over again. Of course all of your pitch and tempo settings will effect this loop so you can slow down the section to really hear what’s going on. Ideal for practising that long drum fill or guitar solo.
Saving a loop will export the current player settings so they can be reloaded again later. This can also include any pitch, tempo, volume, bass and treble settings you have selected. Therefore you will not have to redefine all your loop settings for each track every time you load them. For example you could save several loops for one particular track and simply reload each one as needed (intro drum fill, middle solo, piano break, play out, etc.).