#1
Is there a computer program that will slow down a song without changing the tone/pitch? My guitar teacher was telling me he had a "recording device" which I'm assuming was analog he could record a short bit of music and play it back at a slower tempo. I figure now with computers as prevalent as they are, there is something that could do this digitally much more effectively.
#2
Google Audacity, it's free too.
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#4
Amazing Slow Downer is...well. All three of those things.

It's not free but it's absolutely brilliant.
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#5
Also check out Transcribe, just google it. It works brilliantly. It costs a few bucks but it is well worth it.

And I'm sure if you're tech savvy you could find it other illicit ways, but it is a great program you should probably pay for it.
#6
Audacity is really simple and that's all you need. Instead of slowing down the speed, you need to slow down the tempo thou. Cause speed WILL alter the tone.
#7
Thanks for the responses, I knew there had to be something out there.