I know that you can slow down music in VLC and WMP but I'm looking for a tool with more precise control over how much I can slow down audio files. VLC can only slow/speed up music by 10% at the very least, and WMP has even less precise control than that.

Audacity is simply too big for this one simple job.
Last edited by silentchannel at Jul 18, 2015,
I like Riffstation. Really easy to use and it's free for 30 days too
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