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AudioSpeed for Mac

Alter playback speed of audio and video files.

$8.99
In English
Version 1.6

AudioSpeed overview

AudioSpeed allows you to alter the playback speed of audio (and video) files, and independently or in addition alter the pitch rate. Ideal for learning tricky passages of music or vocals, as it will adjust the playback speed without altering the pitch, if you don't adjust the pitch slider. AudioSpeed has a large range of features, allowing you to adjust the playback speed and pitch exactly as you want, and to specify a loop section to repeatedly hear the adjusted audio.

Key features include:

  • Drag and drop table for adding audio and video files.
  • Speed slider for adjusting the playback speed from a range of 2.5 down to 0.35. Also allows you to play audio in reverse from speeds of -0.35 to -2.5
  • Pitch slider for adjusting the playback pitch rate.
  • Loop buttons for setting the loop start and end points, useful for repeatedly playing a section of audio at a different speed.
  • Full audio quality controls.
  • Unobtrusive step buttons for incrementally adjusting the audio speed and/or pitch rate.
  • Separate level indicator and audio info panels.
  • Keyboard shortcuts for adjusting the speed, altering the pitch by semitones, and skipping forward or back.
  • High quality interface for ease of use.

What’s new in version 1.6

Version 1.6:
  • Fixed the Help menu.

AudioSpeed for Mac

$8.99
In English
Version 1.6
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Feb 10 2011
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Feb 10 2011
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I would truly like to try this program, but I refuse to pay money to be a beta tester. I see nothing on their site about a money-back guarantee. This whole App Store stuff has led to a slew of apps being released that require you to "buy or not buy." Why can we no longer test something before purchase? I'm not trying to knock this developer. But I have to wonder if sales hurt because at least some of us would like to take a program out for a spin before making a final decision.
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