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Old 2004-12-29, 04:32 PM
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Re: Downsampling - how?

I was trying out changing the sample rate using audacity but it was also changing the pitch... I'm still looking a way to do it without altering the pitch with Audacity. I would expect that CEP/Audition would be the best or equal to the best progs for the job. I'm sure Soundforge, Goldwave, Wavelab, etc. are all excellent for this purpose as well. Get access to as many different methods as you can, try it with each and carefully compare the results (including letting Nero do it) to draw a conclusion. When I get home tomorrow I'll play around with Audacity some more and see if I can find the right way to change the sample rate while maintaining pitch.
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