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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000769.txt from 2004/08

From: "D. Blumberg" <FilmPromotion@-----.net>
Subj: [kl] Re:David Blumberg -re ] Practice Play-Along program: very cool
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2004 08:22:40 -0400

Bob - it's right there on the page. Look again - you missed it!! (I
haven't edited the page, you just overlooked it - is pretty plainly
there too).
The other programs I don't have any interest for as I only care about
the practicing applications of the Tempo program. That is what is
quite unique and is what I am promoting. Your Walmart comment is
inapplicable.
You are free to discuss the program here as it has a great use for
Clarinet Practicing, and I'm a paid commercial sponsor of Woodwind.Org

Or you can write me privately - it's all good.

David Blumberg
http://www.mytempo.com

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Robert Wood <instruments@-----.net>
Subject: Re:David Blumberg -re ] Play along program - very cool
Message-ID: <4133D803.4010306@-----.net>

David - unless I am blinder than usual, your site has no e-mail slot-
where I would think questions could be sent diretly ONLY to you, and
not
openly use this forum for direct sales ? this might be discussed???

OK! so 39.95 is clear for the slow downer- but what are the other
goodies for - I missed the explanation for them??
@-----.95 - Cross Grade for Mac
19.95 Audio Companion of OS X
24.95 Sweet Midi Player for Mac

Walmart once had a super special sale on printers - however the ink
cartridge, the power cord, and several other little goodies were
"optional extras".

You can answer me directly, please- at: instruments@-----.net
Thanks

Bob Wood

Film & Music Promotion Management wrote:

>Cool practice software - I just took Marcellus's CD of Mozarts Rondo
>K622 and slowed it down by 15%, changed the pitch to Bb instead of A
>for my students practicing the Mozart Concerto for District Band
(yeah
>I didn't pick it, but that's what it is) to play along with.
>
>You can slow down, speed up, save the track with the changes and even
>change the pitch by semitones, or even down to cents!!! So if
>somebody's trying to play with a favorite recording that is out of
>tune (442, etc) you can fine tune the overall pitch.
>
>http://www.mytempo.com
>
>David Blumberg

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