This user guide explains how to use the Uptempo Android app developed by Stonekick.
Uptempo allows you to alter the pitch and/or speed of any music file on your Android device.
An example track is included when you first open the app. You can use this straight away.
To open your own music press the load icon in the action bar. You can open any music stored on your Android device.
When you open a track a waveform will load. Once you press play this will highlight to show where you are in the track.
Click on the waveform to skip to a particular point in the track.
Pinch and zoom to get more detail. Press the zoom icon to view the whole waveform.
Press the loop icon to get the track to automatically repeat once it has finished.
If you want to play a particular part of the track only you can set points to loop between. Do this by pressing the A and B icons when you get to the desired point in the track.
You can drag the loop points to a new position or toggle them on/off by pressing the A and B icons.
Swipe up to reveal the pitch and tempo control screen. Here you can use the slider or numerical input to change the tempo and/or pitch.
Press the reset icons to return the track to its original state.
In the pro version of the app press on the save icon to save your pitch/tempo and loop settings for future use.
You can also export a version of your amended track in mp3 format.
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