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Is there any application like amazing slow downer for window or Mac?

Some of the features:

  • Change the speed of the music - from 20% (one fifth speed) to 200% (double speed) without changing the pitch.
  • Wrong key? Change the pitch in semi-tones - at full or changed speed.

  • Out of tune? Adjust the pitch in cents (100ths of a semi-tone) to suit your instrument.

  • Real-time processing - all described above is done in real-time - just insert the CD and press the play button!

  • Also slows down MP3, Wave, Windows Media Audio, Ogg, FLAC and AAC/M4A files on your computer in real-time. Note: M4P files from the iTunes store is now supported.

http://www.ronimusic.com/amsldowin.htm

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Not as detailed, but vlc does have slowdown/speedup options. –  Karthik T Jan 31 '13 at 8:05
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So does smplayer. Evergreen: If that website goes down this question becomes hard to answer. It is generally a better idea to copy/paste some of the content of the website over and keep the link as a reference. –  Rinzwind Jan 31 '13 at 8:40
    
Thank you Rinzwind for help making more clarification. –  evergreen Feb 2 '13 at 16:36
    
Thank you Rinzwind for help making more clarification, I like it. Also thank you Karthik. I studied both VLC and smplayer, they help for a little speed change, but not specific and have no pitch change too. –  evergreen Feb 2 '13 at 16:43
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You could try Audacity (available in the software centre).

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Change_Speed

http://manual.audacityteam.org/man/Change_Pitch

And about a million other things :)

There are ones with even more features available but Audacity is the simplest to use I think.

That program you talk about (Amazing Slow Downer) may run in WINE if you can't find anything else that meets your needs. It doesn't look like a very complicated application.

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