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JimLeaskSpectatorAugust 10, 2017 at 5:07 pmPost count: 6
Anytune uses the location of the iTunes library that iTunes itself is using. You can see where Anytune thinks this library is by opening menu “Anytune > About Anytune”. At the bottom right of the about box, is the location of the iTunes library. This should match the one used by iTunes itself.
If you have trouble making this work, please contact us directly through [email protected] (Available from the Anytune Help menu). We will work with you to help resolve the issue, and post the answer back here if possible.JimLeaskSpectatorAugust 10, 2017 at 5:00 pmPost count: 6JimLeaskSpectatorAugust 10, 2017 at 4:55 pmPost count: 6
If you go into the Anytune Settings > MIDI settings, you are at the place to do the configuration.
– Start by turning on the “Enable MIDI In”
– Select the Channel your MIDI keyboard or other device is using
– Tap the Channel Controllers line to configure the details.
– You should see a list of commands, and the MIDI controller they are defaulted to
– Tap the command of interest (Play or Pause), if you want to change it’s value
– Manually set the MIDI controller number, or…
– Tap “Learn MIDI Controller”, then trigger the MIDI event by pushing the button or key on your MIDI keyboard or device. Anytune will use that number for this command.
Hope this helps.
BTW – I think this is a really useful feature that lots of people don’t know about. I like using my midi keyboard’s high keys as quick buttons to play/pause, and jump around in marks.JimLeaskSpectatorAugust 10, 2017 at 4:49 pmPost count: 6
I think you may have inadvertently turned on the Transcribe Mode. Please long-press (tap and hold) on the Play button. This should bring up the Play Button Options. At the bottom if the screen, is Transcribe Mode. It sounds like you have this turned on, but for normal use that should be off.
Transcribe mode is very useful if you want to quickly go over a section of the song as you are transcribing, or just trying to figure out a section. Tapping play restarts from where you were, and the Next button resets the start and starts playing again.
Here is a quick video about it for reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrkocAr4wgg
Hope this helps…JimLeaskSpectatorAugust 10, 2017 at 4:39 pmPost count: 6
Anytune doesn’t change the pitch by Mhz, but rather it uses semitones for the jumps by a – well – semitone, and a fine pitch control by cents. In the pitch control, tap the ♭or # to the left/right of the spinner to jump by a semitone. Spin the dial if you need to fine tune it in a small increment.
Anytune will remember the setting, so you can set this up once and it will be there for you next time.JimLeaskSpectatorAugust 10, 2017 at 4:23 pmPost count: 6
Yes, you can set up Folder (nested if you like) and Playlists to hold songs. You need to create the Folder and/or Playlist first though. Here are the basic steps that I hope will help:
– Go to the “Tunes” list – You should see “All Tunes” and “Marked Tunes” listed
– tap the green + button to go to the “Add” screen
– Tap New Folder or New Playlist. Note that songs only go in a Playlist, but a Folder can be used to nest other folders or playlists
– Ensure you have a Playlist created, either first or nested in a Folder
If you now return to the first Tunes screen, you should see your Folder and/or Playlist
– Drill down to the Playlist you would like to add a song to
– Tap the green + button, but this time do the Import “iPod Library”or “Anytune Playlists”
– Browse to find the song you would like to add to the Playlist, select it and tap Done
Your song is now in the playlist.
Once you have created the Playlist as described earlier, you can also easily add a song that you are already playing as follows:
– have the song in the player
– tap the song title at the top of the player (brings up the Tune Info for the song)
– You will now have a section “Playlists”, with your playlist listed.
– Tap “Add to Playlist…” button, and select the playlist you would like this song to be in.
Hope this helps.