Our Daily App Giveaway – AnyTune Pro – Slow Down Your Music


Welcome once again to our Daily App Giveaway section of theappwhisperer.com. We value our readers so much we want to share our love of apps with you. That’s why we have created this new section as each day we will be giving away free apps.

Today we have AnyTune Pro – Slow Down Your Music, iOS apps to giveaway. Each worth $7.99. Anytune is designed to help musicians learn to play songs by allowing them to slow down the tempo, adjust the pitch, repeat loops of tracks, create, edit and send Settings, Audiomarks and Loopmarks with Twitter, Facebook, email and SMS. 

Anytune is not the typical casual game. Young musicians can play along to their favorite tracks. Music teachers can use it to help transcribe songs into notation. And anyone can have fun modifying and communicating about their favorite music.

So, how you do get your hands on these codes? Well, it’s simple, all you have to do is Like us on Facebook and Lke AnyTune on Facebook – here’s the link for that. Then join our ever expanding Twitter followers and reply to this post telling us what you love most about theappwhisperer.com. That’s it. Come on, show us some love…


Browse the entire iPod music collection by song, artist, album, or playlist and press play, just like the iPod App – but better! Adjust tempo and pitch independently or together.

Slow down a song to play along, or hear each note of a wicked guitar or drum solo. Anytune calculates and displays the adjusted beats per minute and relative tempo. Increase the tempo as you improve. Adjust the pitch to change the key, tune to your instrument or your voice. 

Change tempo and pitch to have some fun and create a funky new sound for a favorite track. Tweet the settings to your friends with simple touch: ‘Check out The Who’s "Bargain" on #Anytune at 1.50X, -4 semi. http://bit.ly/anytune.


Create a loop to repeat any part of a track. Set a loop start delay to allow time to return to your instrument. Include a loop it in your practice routine slowly increasing the tempo until you can nail it at 1.5 times the original tempo! 




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