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It works!  It works!  Given all of eternity, and even a couple of years
more, there's no way I could have figured out the process.  Many thanks to
Chris for getting back to my personal request so soon,  for using language I
could understand, and for making the process available to the IRTRAD group.
....   Norm Sams
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Laughlin <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thursday, November 26, 1998 5:10 PM
Subject: Slowing down tunes in Winamp


>Hi folks! Happy Thanksgiving to you all! Now I apologize for posting
>something not so directly related to Irish music but I've had so many
>requests about how to slow tunes down in Winamp that I figured it might be
>worth it to post the instructions to the list. I hope this helps people
>out. Enjoy!
>
>Here's what you need to do:
>        First you must have already encoded the tune from CD to MP3 format
using a
>program such as Musicmatch Jukebox. I'm not going to explain how to do that
>here but Musicmatch is available as shareware to those interested at
>http://www.musicmatch.com . You must also have the lastest version of
>Winamp available from http://www.winamp.com .
>        The slow down plug-in is already included in the newest version of
Winamp.
>Open up Winamp and hit Control + K together. This will bring up the Winamp
>"Preferences" window with "Visualization" selected. Click on "Mis Plug-Ins"
>and when it brings you to that window you will see on option to change what
>sound processing library you want to use. In that box choose "Nullsoft DSP
>demo" and then under "Module" select "Nullsoft Pitch/Tempo Control" and hit
>'Apply". Click "Okay" and then load up your favorite song. There should be
>a little bar off to the side of your player on which you can select
>pitch/tempo. Hope that works! Enjoy!
>Chris