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Instrumentalists often need to record an instrument part of the music. In the past, music transcribing generally depended on a person’s ability to distinguish music with ear. If the performance is too fast, the volume is too low or his music recognition ability is not enough and he cannot hear clearly, he will not be able to complete this job smoothly. That’s when Transcribe! comes in handy. It can help users easily and smoothly complete the work of music transcribing.