In a review for Home Music Production Steve Earl gives Anytune Pro HQ a 9.4/10.
Excerpts from Stephan’s review:
Music practice or “slow-downer” apps such as Anytune are extremely useful for rehearsing dance routines, learning instrument parts, transcribing music, practicing vocal parts and practicing music in different keys.
So what sets Anytune 3 apart from the competition? Features and sound quality.
Anytune 3′s features tower over other slow-downer iOS apps, and are more comparable to desktop software costing much more and lacking the ultra-mobility of the iPad.
Overall, this latest version of Anytune is definitely a leap forward improving upon an already very good app. There are so many good uses for this app that I’m sure it will find its way into my music workflow in ways I’m not even aware of yet. For the $14.99 price, the Pro HQ version is a very good value and a good weapon in any performing artist’s tool kit.
Checkout the full review at homemusicproduction.com and check out his video review/overview below: