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Old Jul 2, 2013, 02:58 PM   #1
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ipad with mp3's from server, transferred for processing?

When connecting iPad mini to a server to receive mp3's, how can those mp3's be brought into the main OS of iPad, so the music files/ mp3's can be eq'ed, slowed down, processed etc? No other computer is available ! EDIT Am I not being clear in this presenting of a problem? My friend is a semi pro musician, and needs to listen to the mp3's at slower rates and with different eq settings if looking to hear bass better, drop the mids and hi's etc. There is a cool app called Amazing Slow Downer that does this, and I bought it for her as a gift. She gets music from her job on a "server" this music can be downloaded usinf an app like Good Reader, which she owns. But we can't get her mp3 out of the "server/ mp3 realm" . Thank you

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