The powerful, new application enables musicians to more easily learn any song by slowing and zooming the video playback.
Todd, Michael & James, Inc (TMJ) announced the release of Video Surgeon, a new software program for musicians. Video Surgeon combines tempo and pitch change, zooming, and looping of video into a powerful learning tool for musicians.
“There are a number of slow down products in use today by musicians to help them learn songs more quickly; almost of these are audio only products. However, many people today use video from which they learn how to play a song or a particular instrument. Video Surgeon is one of the first consumer based products that enables musicians to manipulate the playback of video to enhance their learning,” stated James Todd, the President of TMJ.
One other important feature of Video Surgeon is its ability to download videos. Video Surgeon can download videos from Youtube and thousands of other websites with video, giving users access to virtually an unlimited library of songs and lessons for any instrument.
Video Surgeon is one of those must-have tools for anyone that uses video in their teaching, instruction, learning, or lessons. The ability so slow down a video, loop a specific section continuously, and zoom in while it plays, dramatically increases ones ability to learn.
Go to http://www.videosurgeon.net for more information or to download a fully functional, 4-hour trial version of the software.