TuneLite is the perfect music practice app for singers, dancers and musicians of all kinds. Learn to play, transcribe and practice songs by slowing down the tempo, adjusting pitch, repeating loops using your favourite tracks. One important feature of TuneLite is its ability to preserve the harmonic structure of the sound, making transposition artifacts a thing of the past. TuneLite can transpose a sound over a wide range of semitones without changing its timbre, making it ideal for doubling vocal passages in a song or changing the timbre or gender of a voice.
Change the tempo of your track without changing its pitch. TuneLite offers several methods of tempo control, allowing you to change the value as a percentage or by setting a target BPM value.
Change the pitch of your tracks with the built-in pitch control. The pitch control works independently of the tempo control, so you can listen to your tracks in a different octave without changing the timing!
A separate tone control allows you to change the colouring of vocals over a wide range, maintaining natural transposition or pitch shift.
TuneLite tries to determine the original tempo of your audio track. When you change the tempo, both the active tempo and the original tempo are displayed.
TuneLite supports many of the most popular audio formats and allows you to save edited audio tracks for use in other programs.
High-precision algorithms allow you to change the tempo by fractions of a percent and at the same time avoid losing the synchronization of the audio track after a while.
I have been looking for an AnyTune alternative for Windows for a long time and it seems I have finally found it. In my opinion, the sound quality in TuneLite is even better, and the minimalistic interface is convenient for people who are new to computers.
It's a great tool designed to help vocalists improve their performance. It allows you to change the pitch, timbre, and tempo of your favorite tunes so you can practice at your own pace. From my side, the TuneLite gets a complete thumbs up.
You should try the cool vocal training tool TuneLite! You can reduce the tempo to -50% and learn note by note section, gradually increasing the BPM until you get the result you want.I would like to say a huge thank you to your entire team!