| From belchers3
| Fri, 26 Jan 2007 04:34:34 +0000
| Subject: [Audacity-help] Converting from 45rpm to 33rpm
| I have lost my Audacity manual and cannot find any section online that
| describes how to record LP's at 45rpm and then convert them to 33rpm.
If you have an Ion or Numark turntable, you can download the manual here
To read or print PDF documents you need a PDF reader such as Adobe
Play your 33 rpm record at 45 rpm then when recorded into Audacity, click in the
Track Panel (where the Mute/Solo buttons are) and Effect > Change Speed. In the
"From" box, choose "45" and in the "To" box, choose "33 1/3". Click OK. As the
process of slowing down the recorded track reduces the high frequencies it can
contain, we recommend setting the Project Rate button bottom left to the highest
rate your card supports (probably 96 000 Hz), though note this would take double
the disc space of recording at say 48 000 Hz.
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Tested on: 1/26/2007 9:15:36 AM