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AGGRESSION PRESENTS:


Transcribe v7.05


Company Name ...: Seventhstring

Supplier .......: xxx


Cracker ........: xxx
Packer .........: xxx
Protection .....: Limitations
Crack Type .....: Patch
Release Date ...: 16/09/04
Release Size ...: 1.53MB
Release Type ...: Application
Operating Sys ..: Winall
http://www.seventhstring.com/


NOTES:

1) Install program
2) Apply the patch
3) Enjoy!


iNFOS:

The Transcribe! application is an assistant for people who


sometimes want to work out a piece of music from a recording,
in order to write it out, or play it themselves, or both.

The usual technique for doing this is to copy the music to


cassette and then listen repeatedly to each bit, using your
ear and your brain to work out what is happening. Unless you
have perfect pitch then you also need a piano or a guitar handy
to check out which note is which. However, if you copy the
recording to your computer's hard disk as a sound file then you
can use Transcribe! instead of the cassette machine and the piano.
Transcribe! offers many features aimed at making the transcription
job smoother and easier, including the ability to slow the music
down without changing its pitch, and to analyse chords and show
you what notes are present.

It is important to understand that Transcribe! does not attempt


to do the whole job, processing an audio file and ouputting
musical notation - this would be nice, but is a currently
unsolved research problem. The spectrum analysis feature is very
useful for working out those hard-to-hear chords, but you must
still use your ear and brain to decide which of the peaks in the
spectrum are notes being played, which are merely harmonics, and
which are just the result of noise and broad-spectrum instruments
such as drums. If you have never worked out even a simple piece
of music by ear then Transcribe! will probably not help you
(see "Introduction to Transcribing"), but if you do sometimes
work out recorded music by ear then Transcribe! can make the job
a lot quicker and easier.

Transcribe! takes no interest in MIDI files - these already


contain explicit information about what notes are to be played
and when, and there are plenty of programs available which can
display this information. Transcribe! deals with audio sample data files.

Transcribe! is not an editor. It reads, plays and records audio files


but does not modify them.


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