An audio file player that can change speed while keeping pitch

StretchPlayer is an audio file player that allows you to change the speed of
the song without changing the pitch. It will also allow you to transpose the
song to another key (while also changing the speed). This is a very powerful
tool for musicians who are learning to play a pre-recorded song. It's features
include:

Time Stretch (50% to 150% of song speed, without changing pitch)
Pitch shift (up or down 1 octave)
A/B repeat
Lots of keyboard accelerators

The player supports all the audio formats that libsndfile supports, which
currently includesOGG/Vorbis, WAV, W64, AIFF, SND, and FLAC. Note that neither
libsndfile nor StretchPlayer supports MP3 files for patent liability reasons.
StretchPlayer is free software, distributed under the GNU Public License,
version 2 or later. See the files gpl-2.0.txt and gpl-3.0.txt for the details
of the license.

Authors:
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Gabriel M. Beddingfield

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Filename Size Changed Actions
stretchplayer.spec 0000002791 2.73 KB almost 4 years
stretchplayer_0.503.orig.tar.bz2 0000074087 72.4 KB about 9 years
stretchplayer_0.504.orig.tar.bz2 0000179292 175 KB about 4 years
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