If you're a musician who likes to learn new songs and techniques by listening to the same piece of music over and over but wish that the music could be played a little slower, then you'll enjoy Amazing Slow Downer. You can repeat any section of the music at full speed, slow it down or even speed it up by changing the speed between 25% (1/4 of original speed) and 200% (double speed) without changing the pitch!
Importing audio files
There are four ways to add/import songs. According to
the new iCloud guidelines, content that is easily recreated should be
stored in a location that is not backed up to iCloud (or iTunes). Importing
from your iPod library falls into this category. The location where
these files are stored may also be deleted by the operating system if
it runs out of memory. The other three ways to import files stores these
files in a location that is backup to iCloud and iTunes and will never
be deleted by the operating system. Even if the system should delete
all your imported iPod library files, the settings for those files will
still be intact, just reimport the needed files again.
To be able to import songs from your iPod library, make
sure the file selection screen says "iPod Songs" at the navigation bar
at the top or that the current folder is located inside the "iPod Songs"
folder. If not, use the "Back" button at the navigation bar to take
you out of the current folder(s).
Once you have imported the music you want, just tap a folder or audio track which will open the audio player section of the software. To read more about the audio player, tap the "Help" button at the bottom of the audio player screen.
Tap the "Edit" button top right, then tap the "Delete control button" at the left of the row you want to delete. This reveals the "Delete" button, tap this and the file will be deleted. You can also slide your finger on a row to reveal the "Delete" button.
Tapping the "Settings" button on the toolbar at the bottom
right of the screen allows you to configure a number of settings for
the file selection view (the player view has its own settings).