Hardware Thread, MP3 Player with unusual function.... in Technical; Our music department are wanting to buy 40 MP3 players. All fine and good, EXCEPT they want players with a ...
6th March 2009, 04:26 PM #1
MP3 Player with unusual function....
Our music department are wanting to buy 40 MP3 players. All fine and good, EXCEPT they want players with a 'slow play' function...
I know Tascam do something like this, but I imagine they will be horrifically expensive.
Does anyone know of a player that can do this ?
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6th March 2009, 04:29 PM #2
See AMERICAN AUDIO|MEDIA OPERATOR|MEDIA PLAYER, 1U RACKMOUNT | CPC, just got one at the theatre and it's great. Has same-pitch speed control (ie the sound of the music doesn't change, just the speed).
6th March 2009, 04:38 PM #3
Doesn't look entirely portable!
Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey
6th March 2009, 04:43 PM #4
Yes, I am kind of after something somewhat smaller...
Originally Posted by sahmeepee
Thanks anyway !
6th March 2009, 04:54 PM #5
The MP-GT1 is the first MP3 player designed for musicians.
The MPGT1 is the first MP3 player designed for musicians. Based on the award-winning CD-GT1 MkII, this mobile guitar trainer has enough memory to store up to 240 songs. Zip through your MP3 collection using a data wheel, dedicated buttons and a graphical backlit display. Tracks and sections can be looped or slowed down without changing the key. And even recorded guitar parts can be defeated to help you learn new riffs and tricky passages of the best bands in the world. Songs can also be pitched up or down to match the tuning of your guitar, so you don't have to re-tune for every song.
The MP-GT1 lets you play along with thick overdrive and multi-effects. A chromatic tuner and a metronome are also built-in. A high-speed USB connection is used to load up MP3s and charge the built-in lithium ion battery giving you up to 8 hours of playback time (an optional power supply is also available).
All of this is packed into a player smaller than a stomp box, so you can carry it anywhere the road takes you.
* MP3 file format: Mono, Stereo, Joint Stereo, Dual Channel, VBR
* MP3 bit rate: 64 kbps to 320 kbps
* Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz
* Frequency response (INPUT –10 dBV to HEADPHONES –10 dBV (32-ohm loaded, INPUT setting: apprx. 7, MIX BALANCE setting: Center): 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +1/–3 dB
* Distortion (INPUT to HEADPHONES): < 0.05 %
* Signal-to-noise ratio: > 90 dB
* Inputs and outputs: Guitar input 6.3-mm jack (unbalanced)
* Nominal impedance: 1 Mohm
* Maximum level: +10 dBV
* Headroom 10 dB Headphone Output: 3.5-mm stereo mini jack
* Maximum level 20 mW + 20 mW (at 32 ohm)
* USB: USB mini connector, Type B (5-pin)
* Power requirements: Internal Lithium-Ion battery (to be recharged via USB connection) or optional AC adapter PS-P520
* Dimensions (W x H x D): 78 mm x 26 mm x 105 mm
* Weight: 0.220 kg (including Lithium Ion battery)
6th March 2009, 05:19 PM #6
You can get the MP-GT1 for about £140. Not cheap for an MP3 player.
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