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iRehearse Plus
iRehearse Plus
iRehearse Plus free download for Mac

iRehearse Plus

Version 1.3

Phrase trainer to help musicians learn, practice, transcribe tracks.

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iRehearse Plus overview

iRehearse Plus is a music-practicing application that lets you manipulate audio passages to help you learn them more efficiently.

Ever wish you could you could slow down music to hear a complex passage more clearly? Ever wish that slowing down a song didn't change its pitch so you could still play along? Ever wish you could loop over a small section of a track and practice it again and again until you get it just right? iRehearse Plus allows you to do all of this and more!

iRehearse Plus is the extended version of our popular software phrase trainer, iRehearse. It has all of the core features that makes iRehearse great for practicing musicians, but we've added a mass of new features for the more demanding user.

Change the Pitch of a Song: Pitch shift a song without changing the tempo. Ideal if you need to tune a track to your instrument, or prevent the need to re-tune between tracks when rehearsing.

Change the Speed of a Song: Adjust the tempo of a song without changing the pitch. This allow you to practice that complex solo or riff at a slower speed without re-tuning your instrument. If you really want a challenge, you can even speed up the audio and play at twice the speed!

Loop a Section of a Song: Mark up to five sections of the track to loop. Practice that tricky section again and again until it's perfect. Of course all pitch and tempo adjustments work on loops too.

Detailed View: Zoom in on waveforms and really get to grips with that tricky section. Drop markers, make quick loop selections and toggle the loop countdown.

Multiple Playlists: Create as many playlists as you need and quickly switch between them using the Playlist Library.

Other Features:

  • Drag and Drop from iTunes.
  • Apple Remote support. Use your remote to control iRehearse Plus.
  • Audio meta-data. See the track name, artist and album in the playlist.
  • Bypass individual, or all adjustments with a single click.
  • Redefine the main shortcut keys to match your favourite layout.
  • OSX full screen support.
  • Search tracks within a playlist.
  • Waveform display.
  • Quickly jump forward or backwards a definable amount within a track.
  • Shuffle play.

What’s new in version 1.3

Updated on Oct 08 2017

Version 1.3:
  • This version fixes playlist saving issues in High Sierra.





13.3 MB



App requirements

  • Intel 32
  • OS X 10.7.5 or later
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Feb 15 2017
Feb 15 2017
Version: 1.2.2
I have been very happy with this little application. I play harmonica and other instruments. Harmonica is primarily played by ear, so it has been very helpful to slow down phrases I want to learn. For each song I can set individual controls for tempo, pitch, volume and equalizer settings. iRehearse uses playlists so rehearsing for a bands set list is easy too. For what it does, it does very well and I can recommend it. But, it is so close to being more useful with all your music - but isn’t as having no notes section forces you to work one-off on songs, it’s a bit frustrating. It needs a text notes section and perhaps some basic organizing features - because it really is that good. I took off a half star because the developers have not added a notes section yet. If you use this to focus on each song for learning and for rehearsing, it makes no sense why there is not a text notes field for each song. Who has gone through a rehearsal with a band and not had to take notes, who has which solo, what key we are trying this song in, what style? Add the dates you performed the song, where and with whom you played the song, and it really makes sense to rehearsing each song by the rehearsal theme.