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Feat: Homepage Chord Viewer Centered

Get the chords for any song

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Riffstation uses automatic chord recognition technology to ‘listen’ to the music and figure out the chords for you. Riffstation even shows you how and when to play each guitar chord synced with the original music. It’s guitar hero for real guitar players! Load any song and our technology will automatically calculate the chord accompaniment in a few seconds. Our chord recognition algorithm detects major and minor chords with approximately 80% accuracy for popular music. You can use our chord edit feature to manually modify the chords if required.

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Slow down a song or change the tempo

With Riffstation, you can set the pace! Slow down any song without affecting the pitch and sync a metronome to help with your timing. Our amazing slow down tool lets you slow down or speed up any song in your music collection without affecting the pitch. You can slow down as much as much as 25% of the original tempo, or speed up to double speed and everywhere in between. Our high quality time stretching algorithm ensures that the pitch and quality of the sound remain as natural as possible. Now you can learn and practice at your own speed.

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Change the key or pitch

Have you ever tried to learn or practice a song only to find it’s tuned a half step down or between two keys? Perhaps you like to sing too and you’d prefer to learn the song in a different key than the original recording. With the pitch tool you can transpose any song to a new key without affecting tempo. For the out of tune recordings, you can fine tune in cents! Now you can retune the song instead of the guitar. Riffstation also has a capo tool which allows you to transpose only the chords without transposing the audio.

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Isolate the guitar and other instruments

The isolate tool lets you find the guitar in the mix, and extract it right out so you can hear it in isolation. Use mute mode to remove the guitar and make a backing track. Using the graphical display, scan through the stereo space until you hear the instrument you want in greatest detail. Then use the width and separation controls to fine tune the sound. Now you can choose to solo or mute that instrument.

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