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How to use Audacity to slow    down an audio file   http://lizfotheringham.wordpress.com
• Open Audacity• Click on the “file”  menu, and then click  “open” to find the   mp3 file you want to   slow down.
• Use Ctrl + A to highlight the  entire file or select and  highlight the section you  want to slow down.
• Click on the “edit”  menu and then click  “cut” if you have   selected part of the   file.
• On the effect menuselect “changespeed”
• On the pop upmenu move theslider to the left todecrease the speedby 10 – 20% andthen click “OK”
• Then select“change pitch” onthe effect menu
• On the pop upmenu move theslider to the right toincrease the speedby the same amountand then click “OK”
• Click on the “file”   menu, and then click   “export” to save the    file.All this just takes a minute or so!
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  1. 1. How to use Audacity to slow down an audio file http://lizfotheringham.wordpress.com
  2. 2. • Open Audacity• Click on the “file” menu, and then click “open” to find the mp3 file you want to slow down.
  3. 3. • Use Ctrl + A to highlight the entire file or select and highlight the section you want to slow down.
  4. 4. • Click on the “edit” menu and then click “cut” if you have selected part of the file.
  5. 5. • On the effect menuselect “changespeed”
  6. 6. • On the pop upmenu move theslider to the left todecrease the speedby 10 – 20% andthen click “OK”
  7. 7. • Then select“change pitch” onthe effect menu
  8. 8. • On the pop upmenu move theslider to the right toincrease the speedby the same amountand then click “OK”
  9. 9. • Click on the “file” menu, and then click “export” to save the file.All this just takes a minute or so!
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