Anytune is a music player. What makes it different is the rich set of awesome additional features made for learning and practicing with music. Read on and learn the
- Basics including some important concepts, common controls, and basic operations,
- how to Organize your music with Folders and Playlists,
- Looping, so you can work on a section of phrase of a song,
- Audiomarks to help you navigate (and some other cool things),
- Importing and Sharing music and meta data with yourself and your friends,
- viewing and editing Lyrics, so you can sing along or play along to TABS or chord charts,
- using LiveMix to plug-in and play along with the band,
- shaping the sound with the Fine Touch EQ so you can shape your sound and focus on your instrument,
- controlling Anytune by Remote Control with MIDI and Bluetooth controllers/keyboards
- using ReTune to adjust the tempo, pitch and more at each mark, and
- all the Settings to customize Anytune to make it your own.
Click on the page titles in the sidebar (or at the bottom of this page on iPhone) to go directly to a specific topic.
Anytune operates much like the Music App on iOS and iTunes on Mac.
Some common tasks to do to get you started:
|Find a song:||You can browse content in the music library of your device by songs, playlists, artists and albums .
Reveal these categories
|Play a Song:||Tap the track to import it. Tap to start playing and to pause. (The same button is used for each)|
|Change the tempo:(time-stretch)||Tap or , or drag/spin the
|Change the pitch:
|Tap or , or drag/spin the
Pitch Slider. Tempo and pitch adjustemnts are saved for each song.
|Go to the next/previous Song:||
Use the system volume controls or the Anytune volume slider.
|Use AirPlay:||AirPlay appears when there are AirPlay devices on your local network. Tap ￼ and select the device to send audio from Anytune to the AirPlay device.|