zplane’s deCoda software could make learning songs a snap

Designed to streamline and simplify the song transcription process.

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zplane.development has recently unveiled their new deCoda software, designed to perform automatic song transcriptions for ease of learning.

The deCoda’s ability to automatically recognise and map the chords, song structure and tempo is enhanced by a drag-and-drop functionality. Users can lower the song’s tempo to accommodate slow starts and increase it as they gain proficiency.

zplane’s new software can transpose song keys and adjust pitches either higher or lower by a whole octave, offering flexibility to users who require it. With the deCoda, a focus EQ tool is also featured and can be used to isolate parts of the audio spectrum based on the frequency and panning information.

The deCoda comes with the added bonus of exporting MIDI for use in other DAWs. There are also flexible looping options that add value to practice sessions. The deCoda’s GUI is designed with touch interfaces in mind and is compatible with both iOS and Windows-powered devices.

Users can choose to purchase the deCoda with a convenient one-off payment without being tied to a subscription programme, thanks to its use of a perpetual license.

The zplane deCoda is now available at a special price of €29 (usual price €49). For more information, click here.

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