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    Adjusting pitch of playing CD?


    I have an audio CD which I need to be able to play at a slightly different pitch. I need to maintain the speed of the music, but adjust its pitch.

    How can I do that under linux; or, more simply - what software do I need?

    Thanks in advance for any advice!

    cheers,
    Al (AussieGuy)

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    You can probably do something like this with mplayer; it does things I'd never even think of. But I'm confused...don't you have to change the rate (ie. the speed) of audio to change the pitch?
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    I ended up ripping the tracks off the CD, adjusting their pitch using audacity, and then saving the results as MP3 files. At the cost of a little disk space, I've got just the output I needed.

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