Hi, I’d like to change the speed of all the tracks. So I use the Play-at-speed button in the bar, up right corner in my screen. That’s what I want, and It’s perfect
The problem is that using that, you change the pitch. If you slow down the playback, you pitch down the tracks, and viceversa. So I’d like to speed down/up the playback without changing the pitch in real time. I know there’s an option in “effect/change pitch or change tempo”, but I wanna use an instant momentary speed changer, not a effect to process. As ease as it is, but without changing the pitch.
Hi, I’m not trying to use Audacity as a live production playback. I’m just requesting a feature that I found very useful. When syncronizing 2 audios (tracks of films in different languages), which is pure production, this feature would help me a lot, by just slowing down the tracks so the sync is better and more accurate.
Also, when opening mogg or multitrack archives, It would be really useful, cause I could play the guitar along at a slow speed. Now I can’t because slowing down the speed changes the pitch. So, as a guitarist and uploader/audio editor, I think it’s not a SUPER HARD feature (indeed, Audacity already has it, but it affects data sound, so it take a while to do it, specially when working with 2h length tracks ) and a very useful one.
Ok, thanks. I thought initially that this feature was already done, since Audacity can change the speed without changing the pitch, but affecting audio data. I better create a feature request. It shouldn’t be hard to add it cause Audacity already has it.