[linux-audio-user] Time/pitch shifting software?

Dragan Noveski perodog at gmx.net
Mon Dec 18 14:39:04 EST 2006

iain duncan wrote:
> Ok, last question this morning. ;)
> Subjective opinions on which linux time/pitch shifting utility is the
> most usable for changing keys and tempo of music ( no voices )? Does not
> need to be "production quality" but good enough to shift backing tracks
> and still be able to use them. Able to run on OSX as well under fink
> would be a bonus!
> Thanks
> Iain
have a look at ladspa.org and get all the ladspa stuff you can.
i just had a look, there is a very good one called "tap pitch shifter" 
which i very like.
i just realized that it is made by the same guy who is maintaining the 
aqualung project!
another useful shifter is the "AM pitchshifter" by s.harris.
Ardour2 does natively stretch/shrink time of the region with the 
"stretch/shrink it" tool.

i think that all this stuff runs on osx as good as here on a thinkpad?


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