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Cattermole
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Post by Cattermole »

Does anyone know if songs can be slowed down using this program? I've just wasted half an hour of my life clicking icons and stuff and my temper is mighty close to going.
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Cattermole wrote:Does anyone know if songs can be slowed down using this program? I've just wasted half an hour of my life clicking icons and stuff and my temper is mighty close to going.
Ta!

put in a search for 'slow me down' in google-this works with winamp
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Post by justjack »

I still swear by Transcribe, which lets you slow stuff down by any percentage you want, in real time and without changing pitch:
http://www.seventhstring.com/

But to answer your question, no, I don't know how or even if it's possible with real player...

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Post by Cattermole »

Thanks for the replies. I finally managed to slow things down with Windows media player, although that transcribe program looks interesting, Jack.
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Post by kerouac »

Is there an open source or freeware slowdowner on the net?
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Post by Cattermole »

I decided to install Transcribe. It really is the dog's dangly bits, isn't it?
In fact, the first couple of times I used it, I spontaneously ejaculated.
Highly recommended, as is Transcribe.
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Post by edan13390 »

I used to use Transcribe until a friend told me
about Sony Sound Forge. Great program that has so many more options than Transcribe....you do have to either buy it, or download it illegaly
with bittorrent or emule. It pays off, try it.

Good luck
Edan
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Post by boral »

edan13390 wrote:I used to use Transcribe until a friend told me
about Sony Sound Forge. Great program that has so many more options than Transcribe....you do have to either buy it, or download it illegaly
with bittorrent or emule. It pays off, try it.

Good luck
Edan
Another good one that you can try to grab the same way is "amazing slow downer"

Good luck
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