#1
hey guys, don't really know if i'm in the right section but it kinda goes with this. I was wondering if anyone knew how to slowdown and MP3 file since i'm trying to figure out a solo by ear that there is no tab for.
#2
You can use Audacity for that.
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#3
Some software can do it... !

But i don't know any of them that is free... (Maybe there is!)

I use MAGIX Music Maker to slow down song without altering the pitch... (But i don't use this often... So maybe i have so other software that can do it... )

Search on google!

And what's your song btw?

Good luck for your solo and keep it up!



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#5
Quote by MangeuDePoutine
Some software can do it... !

But i don't know any of them that is free... (Maybe there is!)

I use MAGIX Music Maker to slow down song without altering the pitch... (But i don't use this often... So maybe i have so other software that can do it... )

Search on google!

And what's your song btw?

Good luck for your solo and keep it up!



-MDP

Audacity is free. And you can slow a song down with it. Make sure the file is mp3 or else it won't work properly.
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PRS SE Custom 24
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Dunlop Cry Baby Classic
BOSS NS-2
VOX Joe Satriani Ice 9 OD Pedal
VOX Joe Satriani Time Machine Delay Pedal
Ernie Ball Strings
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#7
do you use windows?

right click the play button on windows media player and select "slow playback".

It'll cut the speed in half without changing the pitch so that might help you out.
#8
I use an old program called pacemaker for winamp. (old program for an old program... xD)

It can slow down/speed up as well as pitch shift. The songs tend to sound kinda funny when you use it.. but it beats the shit out of tuning your guitar between every song. Or, in this case.. rewind the solo back 100 hundred times to hear each individual note.
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