Anytune is a music player with additional features to learn, transcribe, practice and even perform songs by slowing down the tempo, adjusting the pitch, repeating loops, setting navigation marks and sharing timed comments. Plug in and play along with the band using LiveMix, isolate or mute an instrument or vocals with ReFrame, shape the sound with the FineTouch EQ, view lyrics or textual TABs scrolling with the music and much more.
Read through the articles in this Getting Started section for a quick overview of Anytune's awesome features. See additional articles in the Knowledge Base and watch for references to our YouTube Tutorial Videos.
Quick Start Tasks
Here are some common tasks to get you started:
Find a song:
You can browse content in your device's music library by Tapping
songs, playlists, artists and albums.
To reveal these categories:
Tap "<" (top left)
Tap "Songs" (top left)
Play a song:
Tap to start playing andto pause.
Change the tempo (time-stretch):
Tap or , or drag/spin the Tempo Slider.
Change the pitch (pitch-shift):
Tapor , or drag/spin the Pitch Slider.
Tempo and pitch adjustments are saved for each song.
To go to next/previous song:
|On iPhone||Swipe the top Song Info/Nav bar left for next or right for previous song.|
|On iPad||Tap or|
Use the device’s physical/slider volume controls or the Anytune volume slider. Both adjust the system volume.
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.
To open the Help menu:
|On iPhone||Tap then|
|On iPad||Tap the help button|
Select the Quick Start Guide for illustrated step-by-step instructions.
Select Quick Start Video for a short overview of the major features.
To enable help bubbles from the Help menu:
1. Tap to open the Help menu.
2. Tap to show help bubbles.
3. Tap again to hide bubbles.
Check out a quick overview of the basic functionality for: