SlowBlast!
by Wideworldwoodshed
(Wideworldwoodshed Website)

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Operating System: Windows NT/98/95
File Size: 700K
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
License Conditions:

This demo version can slow down anything in the first two tracks of any audio CD with a 15 second limit. Registration: $19.95

System Requirements:

486/66 computer with 12 MB RAM; 16 MB free HD space; a 133 MHz Pentium or better

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Tags : practice | slow | learn | play | audio | cd | wav

Software Description

Slowblast! helps you to learn the chords and lyrics to any song, playing along with any WAV or audio CD at the speed of your choice.

Mark out the musical passage that you want to learn, set the slowdown percentage (as low as 20%) and click on the green arrow to listen at reduced speed. As you get better, increase the speed back up to 100%.

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Has anyone out there EVER gotten Slowblast to work?

Has anyone out there EVER gotten Slowblast to work? I have a lot of programmer friends and no one has gotten this "simple" software to work. All user comments posted above say that it does not work and there has been no answer from tech support

how can i bug the slowblast

hi,
i live in pakistan and i want to buy this software "slowblast" but in my country you cant use credit card on the net. So, Please tell me how can i bug this software with all the features and how much will it cost me.
I am looking forward to hear from you soon

Regards,
Moiez

Re: how can i bug the slowblast

Its a piece of junk, save your money cause it will probably not work after you install it and you will get no Tech Service assistance.

: hi,
: i live in pakistan and i want to buy this software "slowblast" but in my country you cant use credit card on the net. So, Please tell me how can i bug this software with all the features and how much will it cost me.
: I am looking forward to hear from you soon

: Regards,
: Moiez

Cannot Run Slow Blast on Windows XP

Slow Blast and Slow Gold do not run on Windows XP. Please tell me if you plan to update Slow Blast and Slow Gold to run on Windows XP

Re: Cannot Run Slow Blast on Windows XP

: Slow Blast and Slow Gold do not run on Windows XP. Please tell me if you plan to update Slow Blast and Slow Gold to run on Windows XP

Re: Cannot Run Slow Blast on Windows XP

: Slow Blast and Slow Gold do not run on Windows XP. Please tell me if you plan to update Slow Blast and Slow Gold to run on Windows XP

Re: Cannot Run Slow Blast on Windows XP

: Slow Blast and Slow Gold do not run on Windows XP. Please tell me if you plan to update Slow Blast and Slow Gold to run on Windows XP

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Slowblast difficulties

Hi,

I just downloaded your SlowBlast but I've got a problem. It wavers in and out and is impossible to learn from. Is something set up on my computer wrong or is this what it is supposed to do? It makes every note echo dozens of times and it is like I am playing with the volume knob like volume swells someone might do on a guitar, turning it on then off many times in a few seconds. Any hints what might be wrong.

Thanks,
Brian

Re: Slowblast difficulties

Hi,

SlowBlast! features a real-time slowdown feature (called "Instant Playback" in the options menu) which is, by default, turned on. On computers less than 300MHz, this can cause stuttering. The cure, on slower computers, is to turn off this feature and wait a few seconds for SlowBlast to process the sound before playing it back for you. This should give you smooth and delightful playback at any speed.

Difficulties with program Slowblast

Hi,

I just downloaded your SlowBlast but I've got a problem. It wavers in and out and is impossible to learn from. Is something set up on my computer wrong or is this what it is supposed to do? It makes every note echo dozens of times and it is like I am playing with the volume knob like volume swells someone might do on a guitar, turning it on then off many times in a few seconds. Any hints what might be wrong.

Thanks,
Brian

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