How to Slow Down Music With Audacity



Audacity is a free cross-platform audio editor and recorder. With Audacity, anyone can record their own music, cut and mix sounds together and change the pitch or speed of a piece of music. Although some functions are quite advanced, most of them, including slowing down music, requires nothing more than a few clicks of the mouse. Audacity only supports Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF sound files, so you may need to use file conversion software to slow down certain audio formats.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Open Audacity and click on the "File" button at the upper left corner of the screen. Click "Open" from the pop-up menu and locate the song you wish to slow down. Double click on

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I've used Audacity to record streamed audio for many years. A few weeks ago I recorded two programmes and when I listened to them on my iPod in the car they were clearly slow - it was like a throwback to a cassette Walkman with the batteries running down!
I've tried it again this morning and still the same. I removed and reinstalled Audacity - still the same.
A thirty second sample MP3 can be heard here - http://ubuntuone.com/1bOUYMEIicRFUZrChWBclU
which, for comparison, is the opening thirty seconds of this BBC Radio 2 prog - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b039d3jp
The output from editing an existing (correct speed)

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