I've tried to record into Audacity and Reaper but on both programs when I played it back it sounded (roughly) a semitone lower than I actually recorded it in, which made it useless for recording imrpovisation over it ect.

Does anyone know what the problem is and how I can fix it?
Thanks in advance.
try using the normalize tool

EDIT: ohh i re-read it. check your bpm or use a different program. acid pro 7 is way better imo
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Last edited by MetalMegaMan at Feb 19, 2009,
Double-click teh volume button in the taskbar, you get properties and such for input, output, etc. Try thatttt
You DO realize you can just raise the pitch up a semi-tone in audacity, right? Just click on the track, then go to Effects> Pitch and Tempo > Change Pitch

Just do that if all else fails

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acid pro 7 is way better imo

Last edited by crazy8rgood at Feb 19, 2009,
^It's not exactly a semitone.

Thanks, I'll try the other stuff.

Your high five (although it's not for me) seems to be for left handed people, which is more likely than not wrong.
Last edited by 12345abcd3 at Feb 19, 2009,