Gospel Musicians tells us that MIDIculous Player is available as a free instructional learning software that is designed for musicians to learn music through various methods. This is what they have to say about it...
The software slows down audio and can change the pitch of the music for learning. In addition, it can display chords, score, and note names through MIDI. But what makes MIDIculous unique, is it's ability to combine audio and MIDI in the form of an LMS (Live-MIDI-Sync) file format, which is a monolithic file containing both MIDI and audio for a complete instructional learning system. MIDIculous is also a VST/AU host and player. You can scan and load up to 16 VST/AU instruments that are already on your systm, in order to replace the General MIDI soundset, which makes MIDIculous a virtual VST/AU player.
Now given that the player is free, we also offer a pro version. The pro version allows teachers to create custom LMS lessons to substitute or augment their teaching. Instead of having a student come to you, then you can send your students individual lessons. For example, in the gospel world, many students are confused on how to play certain chords, so the instructor can record an audio and MIDI track in their DAW of choice and MIDIculous Pro will create a custom LMS lesson file in which to learn from. Soon Gospel Musicians will be offering custom LMS lessons for sale as well additional feature add-ons
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