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mikejones
2009-06-25, 10:40 PM
soooooo


im trying to convert this .mp3 to replicate a record spinning at 33 rpm, any ideas?

direwolf-pgh
2009-06-25, 10:53 PM
a record cut at 33 1/3 rpm played back at 33 1/3 would sound..

huh? what do you mean..

mikejones
2009-06-25, 11:06 PM
heres whats up

i always play this record at 33 instead of 33 and im trying to replicated it with a digital file. i dont have my record or a recording setup. im wonering if i can use a basic software pack to just slow it down to replicate 33 rpm

direwolf-pgh
2009-06-25, 11:19 PM
cool edit pro, adobe audition, that free one I cant think of..

they all allow you to alter the pitch.. slow it down - if thats what you mean.

mikejones
2009-06-25, 11:22 PM
yea, slow it down, but there is no setting for like 45, or 33

what whould i do to alter the track?


slow it down until i sounds right?

rspencer
2009-06-25, 11:49 PM
33.33/45=.7406

Set the speed for about 74% of the current speed & that should be about right.

Five
2009-06-26, 12:45 PM
you should be able to get it with audacity (audacity.sourceforge.net) or if you're less technically inclined, roni slow me down (http://www.ronimusic.com/winamp.htm) or similar.

Xontar
2009-06-29, 01:21 PM
Audacity's speed change plugin lets you specify the speed change in terms of before-and-after record RPMs.

PowerWindows
2009-06-30, 05:05 PM
Audacity's speed change plugin lets you specify the speed change in terms of before-and-after record RPMs.

Correct. Just go to Effect > Change Speed. It should have a spot that says Standard Vinyl RPM, and you can select from the drop-down boxes to convert what to what.

paddington
2011-01-16, 12:06 PM
this is the most unexpected thread at TTD.

chinajoe
2011-01-16, 02:27 PM
why limit yourself? try replicating this instead. you can do it!
http://www.hardformat.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Edison-Wax-Cylinder-r.jpg

http://podfeet.com/NosillaCast/NC_2006_04_30/edison_cylinder.jpg

paddington
2011-01-16, 03:15 PM
there's a plugin for that

ccrider895
2011-01-16, 10:09 PM
Break out that old Victrola, put on your rockin' shoes, uh-huh... :tunes:

co9ol
2011-01-17, 07:04 AM
I guess you would mic that? lol