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In order to slow down playback while keeping the sound, you need time stretching and fortunately, it happens to be a basic feature of Audacity. To slow down audio playback with time stretching in Audacity, just read the following steps:How does the speed multiplier on Audacity work?
Speed Multiplier This sets how many times faster or slower the audio will play. For example, setting this to "2.000" will double the speed (and raise the pitch by one octave), or setting this to "0.500" will halve the playback speed (and lower the pitch by one octave).How to slow down audio playback with time stretching?
To slow down audio playback with time stretching in Audacity, just read the following steps: Step 1: Make sure that you have the latest version of Audacity for maximum sound performance. In most cases, a visit to Audacity website (https://sourceforge.net/projects/audacity/) would give you the confirmation you need.How do you change the speed on Audacity?
You can also drag the slider to choose a Percent Change - the input box and the Speed Multiplier will update as you drag the slider. Values between -99.000 % (equivalent to 1/100th of the original speed) and 4900.000 % (equivalent to 50 times faster) are permitted.