I am on Windows 7, and Audacity 2.3.3.
Someone sent me some old family interest 78rpm records. My vinyl deck however only has 45 and 33rpm. So i played the 78’s at 45rpm and recorded them in Audacity. This worked fine. Then in Audacity I see that I can ‘speed up’ the playback of the recording - so I used this facility to speed up the playback to 1.73 times speed. This worked perfectly. I can play the recordings at this speed and they sound OK.
Each recording I have saved to .mp3, .wav and .ogg format files - to hopefully ensure I dont need to play the 78rpm records again!
Question: Can I re-record these recordings, so that they are permanently at the ‘correct’ higher speed?? I sort of need to play (at 1.73 times speed) and record at the same time?? I assume (hopefully) this has been done before?
Any information welcome. Thank you.