PC Multitrack software recommendation

Discussion in 'Mixing & Editing' started by jmoraragweed, Jun 4, 2003.

  1. jmoraragweed

    jmoraragweed Guest

    Hey all!

    I'm currently using Samplitude to record on my PC and am always looking to try out new software.

    I'd like to find something that specifically has one feature: the ability to record at different speeds.

    I have an old 4-track that I would record my guitar at one speed, alter (usually increase) the tape speed, and then record the vocals at another. When I lowered the tape speed, everything would stay in tempo and tune.

    I haven't been able to find a product (or plugin) that did something similar. Usually when I alter the speed, the timing seems to be off or the recorded track isn't altered in the way I'm looking for.

    Any suggestions?
  2. Zulu-TPF-

    Zulu-TPF- Guest

    You may want to look into Sonic Foundry's ACID 4.0. I use it to learn multi-guitar insturmental music (Gypsy Kings, Acoustic Alchemy, Strunz and Farrah, etc.) by slowing down the BPM while retaining the pitch. Wouldn't have to if I had 'perfect pitch' - lmao!

    Donwload the demo from their site at http://www.sonicfoundry.com

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