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ekoconnell

Registered: 05/15/10
Posts: 4
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Has anyone had anyone had any luck with music (audio) key changer software that allows you to change the audio key of an MP3 and save the modified song as an MP3 or WAV file? I have used a couple of trial downloads like MP3 Key Shifter. But, when I convert a song, from F to G, for example, it plays back a little sharp. Makes it tough to play along with my GCF accordion.

Hay alguien a quien le haya tocado la suerte con un programa de software que permite a uno cambiar los tonos de una cancion grabada en MP3? Experimente con un programa que halle en el internet. Queria subir el tono de la cancion desde F a G, pero no pude lograr el tono
exacto de G. Resulta que me fue dificil acompanar la cancion con mi acordeon de GFC.  Emiliano. 

suzanbanan

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Registered: 02/22/06
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I've used a recording program called "Reaper" and it changes the key fine.  It's a free 30 or 60 day trial, but it's a whole recording studio program that you'd have to download, not just the key changer.  Maybe Aaron can help; He's pretty saavy at this kinda stuff.  You could try PM'ing him.

ekoconnell

Registered: 05/15/10
Posts: 4
 #3 
Thank you Susan- It may be worth it to download and learn that program instead of playing a little bit off key everyday. I'm afraid it will ruin my ear. Plus it's a little distracting.
suzanbanan

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do you have many songs you want to transpose?  if not, I could help you...instead of you having to download reaper.  if you wanna send me one of the songs and i'll help you with that.  but whatever ya wanna do!

carlos

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Registered: 03/09/05
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I use audacity and it does a pretty good job at, its a free sound editor but it does the job, and its useful with other things too. You might have to download a mp3 codec to be able to save your audio as mp3.

You can get it here:
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/




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ekoconnell

Registered: 05/15/10
Posts: 4
 #6 

Thank you Suzanbanan - I only have two songs - I sent you a PM.

Carlos - I will try Audacity - Thank you for that advice - I did take a look at Reaper - Hijole!
jama74

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Registered: 04/25/05
Posts: 198
 #7 

baja el bespractice, no solo puedes bajar o subir el tono de la cancion si no tambien la velocidad sin cambiar el tono he incluso hacer un ajuste fino del tono, recuerda que para pasar de FBbEb a CGF tienes que subir dos medios tonos y para bajar de FBbEb a EAD solo bajas un medio tono.   http://bestpractice.softonic.com/

ekoconnell

Registered: 05/15/10
Posts: 4
 #8 
Muchas gracias por el consejo, jama74. Si,  tienes razon -bajar la velocidad sin cambiar el tono seria perfecto. Emiliano
noodles

Registered: 10/08/10
Posts: 33
 #9 

YA THANKS MAN

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