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  • Tony Wacheski
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    in reply to: Feature requests #225 |

    Glad to hear you find Anytune useful!

    I’ve captured your suggestions in a case for us to look at when we have a chance to look at enhancing the lyrics support. Thanks for the ideas!
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    in reply to: Feature requests #223 |

    Hi,

    There are so many possible combinations of lyrics (or tabs) to music timing, that we decided to keep it simple for now… if you find that the position doesn’t line up, then you can edit your lyrics to add extra blank lines as needed to space it out so that the “lyrics” line up with the position in the music. 
    I agree that it is not ideal, and we do have ideas on how we can make it easier to line up the lyrics to the music position, but we haven’t had the time to build it.
    Thanks for letting us know that you’re making use of the feature, and that you’d like to see it improved!
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    Hi Kathy,

    Anytune will let you export (backup) a copy of your song settings and marks to iCloud, and then reimport them on any of your other devices. This works between iPad, iPhone and Mac.
    We have a demo video of this on iOS, but the Mac version is very similar.
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    in reply to: Feature requests #220 |

    Hi Lyle,

    We are attempting to get in touch with the AirTurn people – almost as I type this. We are also looking at enabling MIDI input to allow devices like IKMultiMedia’s iRig BlueBoard to control Anytune as well (along with other general purpose MIDI type controllers).
    So, we’ve heard you folks! We’re gearing up to add “remote control” support to Anytune. It’ll be a few more months, but it’s coming.
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    Hi,

    If you turn up the music gain on the track to the volume level that you are looking for and then export a tuned copy of it, Anytune should export a copy with higher volume.
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    Hi Lynda,

    I assume the “Waiting” you are seeing is on the home screen along with all of the other apps?
    It could be that there are a number of apps being installed, and Anytune is in the list to be updated, but it just hasn’t happened yet. It could also be that some other have gotten stuck and are making it take a long time.
    You could try rebooting your iPad to reset the downloads. You could also try using iTunes to download all of the app updates, and then use it to sync the apps over to your iPad.
    Hope something in there helps. I’m sure you’re not the only one to run into something like that after updating to iOS7. 🙁
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    This has now been fixed in Anytune 3.9.1 which is available as an update from the App Store.

    Tony Wacheski
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    This is an issue with Anytune 3.9 not properly loading the lyrics from the song files. We will have a fix for it in Anytune 3.9.1 and hope to get that off to Apple for review shortly.

    This can be worked around by:
    – Changing to Lyrics Mode
    – Tapping the Edit button
    – Hitting the Reload button
    At this point, the lyrics should come up.
    – Tap Save
    There is a known issue with lyrics stored in iTunes Match not showing up. That issue will be resolved in our 3.9.1 update.
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    Hi Mathew,

    Thanks for your email – we’ll see what we can do to get this fixed for you promptly.
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    Sorry about that – the user guide is out-of-date and we have not had a chance to update it. We plan to move to a more web-based model that will be easier to keep up-to-date, we’ve just been very busy with development, and as developers we have a tendency to let documentation get stale. 🙁

    However, the info button did not provide the information you are looking for. It simply displayed some “about this app” type information, which has been relocated under the help button.
    In the middle area of the top toolbar, Anytune shows information about the currently selected song. The info on the left side the middle area is the song title, album and artist. On the right side of the middle area you will find BPM and the # of the track out of the currently selected playlist. The BPM calculation is a best effort calculation, and is not always accurate. You can change the BPM value for the song in iTunes and sync the song and Anytune will use that instead of the calculated version. In our next major release, we will allow you to edit the BPM value directly in app.
    For information about the transcribe mode, please checkout out our YouTube channel:

    This video in particular shows how to use Transcribe Mode:
    http://youtu.be/rrkocAr4wgg

    Hope that helps.
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    in reply to: Other Feature Requests #211 |

    I have captured an internal case for engineering to look into adding some sort of create and edit mark mechanism. Not sure if we’ll be able to squeeze that in to our next major release or not.

    I have not personally made use of audio editors on the iPad. Several of our customers have mentioned using Twisted Wave and also AudioShare http://kymatica.com/Software/AudioShare (which has some basic edit options).
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    in reply to: Other Feature Requests #209 |

    You’re quite welcome!

    I think I have a better understanding what you’re asking for now… maybe. 😉 Do you typically do this with marks that are already created, or would this be at mark creation time? In other words, are we talking about a “create and edit mark” as opposed to a create mark, and then later come back around to edit it by using a more convenient gesture?
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    in reply to: Other Feature Requests #176 |

    Thanks for taking the time to post all that!

    We’ve had some other requests for something like a “skip mark” to accomplish exactly what you’re asking. We started into implementing it, but were not completely satisfied with the results. We’d like to come back around to it someday, but for right now we’re busy working on other stuff (Anytune Mac in particular).
    If you’re recording outside of Anytune, you could always run the recording through something like Twisted Wave before opening it in Anytune. ie: import your recording into Twisted Wave, edit out the parts, and then Open-In from Twisted Wave into Anytune. I realize it’s not as convenient as an all in one solution. However a purpose built audio editor should make quick work of the task.
    We had envisioned the LiveMix feature eventually becoming a multitrack recorder of sorts. The idea being to do exactly what you’re asking for. To be able to record yourself while playing back, and then be able to mix the backing track or recording track together as you fit. Like so many other features, we just haven’t had the time to build it all. However using Audiobus and an Audiobus enabled DAW along with something like Vocalive you could do it. Use Anytune for the backing track, use Vocalive for the mic input. Add them both as inputs in Audiobus, and use the DAW as an output. The DAW will be able to record each track separately, and allow you to mix them. Again, not as convenient as having it all in Anytune, but it is possible.
    We don’t currently have a long tap to edit marks, however if you double tap the mark, it will bring up the editor. I realize you’re asking for a simple editor that just pops up and asks for a new mark name. Give the double tap a try and see what you think.
    With respect to the chapters – we had looked into them and were hoping we might even be able to embed the audiomark name into the chapter data. However there were limitiations in the way the audio file format worked that made that pretty challenging. We did not consider just creating them as chapters without necessarily trying to include the mark name. That might be do-able. Will open a case for engineering to look at that.
    It’s great to hear you like Anytune!
    Cheers,
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    Hello,

    We have not had a chance to implement it. It is quite a bit more complex to do the output side (especially when the app has an input side), and we’ve been busy with other things lately … like building Anytune Mac.
    However, it is possible to do what you want by taking advantage of another inexpensive app. Grab a copy of an app like AudioShare https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/audioshare-audio-document/id543859300?mt=8 … then you can record audio from Audiobus into AudioShare. Once you’ve recorded it, you can then use AudioShare to Open-In to Anytune and you’re good to go.
    We understand that this is an extra step, and requires another app but it is quite straightforward.
    Sean.
    Tony Wacheski
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    Hi Dave,

    For now, you will need to use either the Settings->Config Export option (which exports settings for all songs at once) or the “Action” menu (little box with an arrow pointing out of it) and then “Share Song Settings and Marks Via Email”.

    Then you send yourself an email with a settings file attached. On your other device you open the email up in the Mail app and follow the directions in the email which describe how to import the settings. But essentially you press and hold the attached settings file, and then select Anytune. Anytune will import the settings.
    In our next update we will be improving the syncing. Anytune will sync the config backup information to iCloud so that you can restore it on your other devices more easily.
    Sean.
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