#1
So I sped up some songs in Windows Media Player and I like them better than the album versions. However, the questions remains...how do I save them? I want to put them on my Ipod

If there's a programs that could do this, that works too.
#2
Quote by The Spoon
So I sped up some songs in Windows Media Player and I like them better than the album versions. However, the questions remains...how do I save them? I want to put them on my Ipod

If there's a programs that could do this, that works too.

AND THUS DRAGONFORCE WAS BORN.
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Ovenman, your contraptions make women's

clothes evaporate.
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#3
Quote by The Spoon
So I sped up some songs in Windows Media Player and I like them better than the album versions. However, the questions remains...how do I save them? I want to put them on my Ipod

If there's a programs that could do this, that works too.

how DARE you act as though you were a GOD!
#4
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AND THUS DRAGONFORCE WAS BORN.



Shoulda figured that i wont get some serious responses for a while
#5
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Shoulda figured that i wont get some serious responses for a while

Sorry

Try recording it with Audacity?
Quote by Kensai
Ovenman, your contraptions make women's

clothes evaporate.
____________________


I WANT THE TWOOTH!

____________________________

Quote by aaciseric
That's far too clever to be posted in the Pit.
#6
Use Audacity or Reaper to speed it up then export as mp3 or whatever you cool kids are using nowadays. I'll still with .ape thank you very much.
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#7
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AND THUS DRAGONFORCE WAS BORN.


Ts, use an audio editing program like audacity (free) and increase the tempo. I don't know if you can save it in wmp.

EDIT: balls, i'm late
#8
But with Reaper, speeding it up makes the pitch go way too high and then trying to restore the original pitch is a bitch, and makes the song sound weirder.

WMP only speeds up the tempo of the song without ****ing with the pitch, which is why i was hoping there was a way to save it.

Unless theres a way to do it with reaper...