#1
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.
#2
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,
#3
Double-click teh volume button in the taskbar, you get properties and such for input, output, etc. Try thatttt
#4
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,
#5
^It's not exactly a semitone.

Thanks, I'll try the other stuff.

Edit:
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,