Have you ever heard a great solo in a YouTube video, and wished you could play it slowly to work out the notes?
An AudioStretch user just pointed me to an excellent website that helps you do that. SnipMp3.com lets you enter the URL of a YouTube video and save that video as an mp3 file on your hard drive. Once you’ve got the mp3, you can load it into your favourite time-stretching app to work it out. For example, you can add it to iTunes and load it into AudioStretch on your iOS device, or load it up in the Flash version of AudioStretch right in your browser.