The player screen contains a number of useful controls.
At the bottom of the screen you'll find the regular Play/Stop and Rewind
buttons as well as a Cue slider.
Since the screen is small it can sometimes be difficult
to set an exact value using the sliders. You can adjust the precision
when dragging a slider by sliding your finger up or down. The precision
increases the farther up or down you slide your finger.
The slider labeled "Speed" lets you adjusts the speed
between 25% (1/4 of original speed) and 200% (double speed).
The slider labeled "Pitch" adjusts the pitch i.e. the tuning and transposition. The default setting is to "snap" to semitones only but if you slide your finger up or down you may adjust in cents (1/100 of a semitone) as well. To adjust the tuning, move the slider by dragging the slider. As an example: to change the key from C to D, raise the pitch by two semitones. The maximum pitch change range is +/- 12 semitones.
The slider labeled Mix adjusts what channel or mix of channels you are listening to. Normally you use both channels - center position. However, sometimes the instrument you are transcribing is more prominent in one or the other of the channels. You may then choose to listen to only the left, only the right or any mix of the channels you like. The music is always sent to both the left and right channels of your headphones.
If you enable the "Loop" switch, the current song will
loop between the set loop points. You can enter new loop positions by
moving the sliders or by tapping the "Set" buttons located to the right
of the corresponding slider.
Tapping the "Notes" button at the upper right corner will open a view where you can add comments for each song you work on.
The current loop settings is displayed in the toolbar at the bottom of the screen (iPhone only).
Tapping the "Settings" button on the toolbar at the bottom right of the screen allows you to change certain player settings.
Finally you may set the behavior for the sliders: