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Transcribing tutorial

Back in the stone age, you needed at least two separate programs to transcribe music: one program to slow down and loop a recording, and another to make the actual notation. No more. Soundslice makes it easy to manage everything about transcribing music all in the same interface.

And once you complete your Soundslice transcription, it becomes a valuable artifact that’s much more useful than a PDF. Your notation stays linked with its recording, so that you can use our amazing practice tools to learn it and access it on any device.


Everyone has their own transcription process, but here’s our humble attempt at showing one approach to transcribing with Soundslice.

Note: This video is a few years old, and our interface has been redesigned since then. So it may not look the same — but the concepts are the same.