Depends on what software you have. If you download the splittrack or multitrack, then you can use something like audacity, garageband, logic, or ableton to shift the pitch. If you have the program called Reason, which is the best option, you can shift the pitch and mess around with individual notes as well. Thanks!
Send me an email man, I can help get it sorted: email@example.com
Sure man! I actually have a reason file I made for overture a while back when I did some test recordings over it. I'd love to see what you have though.
Dude, yes! So glad trees a fellow progressive music lover here!!
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I'm looking for pick up your "RoofTops" and "You Are My Passion" loops.... however... on the You are my passion track.... I want to cut out some of the middle that goes for ever... lol... so will I be able to edit it in Logic pro? if not... can you just sell me the backing instruments.... I'm already have the click and cue track built :) please hit me back ASAP!! firstname.lastname@example.org
I hate to say it, but I just noticed that you replied to my question in February. Sorry about that. I'll add you to my drop box so you can download it. ...I have to upload it first. What's your email?
So I bought your Epic Strings finally. Used the in my Overture 1928 project. Worked Awesome. Now I'm going to probably use them in my Strange DeJa Vu project too. Actually, would you like a copy of my Reason Session files on these songs?
Just heard your SoundPark sound for Epic Strings.... It was Overture 1928!! NICE.
What is the difference between your Deep Cries Out loops?
Thanks Matt! Love the new feature, great idea for sure!!
Dude... LOVE your recent SoundPark submissions!