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Re: Cool Edit Pro

Subject: Re: Cool Edit Pro
From: "Dan Dugan" dandugan_1999
Date: Wed Oct 25, 2006 8:24 pm (PDT)
>  > Does anyone know if it is possible using Cool Edit Pro to speed up a
>  > recording that was recorded too slow?

>I've not used Cool Edit Pro for awhile (I use Adobe Audition, which is the
>next edition), but if memory serves:
>choose Effects>Time/Pitch>Stretch...
>and in the Stretching Mode (bottom left corner)
>it should be on Time Stretch (preserves pitch)
>as a default.  Then just bump the tempo (ie Faster Tempo)
>to where you would like it--it will then play faster
>tempo-wise without affecting the pitch.

If it was recorded too slow, both pitch and time should be
corrected--I don't know CEP either, but it might be called "varispeed
mode" or something like that.

Also, doing that does much less damage to the audio. Time-stretching
has to deconstruct and reconstruct the audio radically. Simple speed
changing is just resampling.

-Dan Dugan

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