#1
Does anyone know of a program (preferably free) that enables you to slow down songs?

I'm having a bitch time learning a song by ear and I know creative has one but I can't find it :/
#2
There's this one that comes standard with Vista I think, it's called Amazing Slow Downer or something. I'm not sure if it's free, but you could probably pirate it.
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#3
Windows Media Player has an option where you can play the songs half speed.
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#4
Audacity
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#5
Windows Media player has a play speed option an dyou can change it to slow
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Windows Media player has a play speed option an dyou can change it to slow

I'm an avid WMP user, and I didn't know that until know. It's sweet.
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#9
WMP slows it down in real time, and the quality is really terrible. The GOOD tempo slower programs first convert the mp3 or wma to wav then slow down in real time, and the quality is much better. Believe me, when you're trying to figure out a shredding riff and you slow it down to half speed, you won't make out a single note if it's in mp3.

Yes, most people use the freeware program Audacity. But I made a keygen for a program called Slowgold (ones you pay for are usually always better than freeware), and I'm pretty sure I uploaded a torrent of it somewhere.