Most of my audio files on my clip are NOT music. Most of my audio files are “spoken-word” audio. These are audio files of people talking to each other, or giving speeches, or of reading a book. I would like to be able to increase playback speed of the audio, while keeping a normal pitch (no “chipmunk” voice).
VLC does this well. I can increase the playback speed of an audio file (or even a movie file), and VLC does its magic to keep every sound in regular pitch. (I’m mentioning VLC just to let you know of something I’m envisioning as a solution.)
My preference is that I’d be able to control playback speed on the clip. … To be able to go at 2X speed for a portion of an audio and then 1.50X for another portion. (I’m stating this preference upfront just in case someone suggests a “desktop computer” solution. A “desktop computer” solution is fine, but an on-the-fly change-playback-speed ability on the Clip would be better.)
Just to let you know, these audio files of mine are mostly regular MP3 files. A few are M4B (audiobook). A few are “podcast-genre” files. But most are just plain MP3 files.
How can I do this?
Message Edited by ginger on 03-20-2010 04:36 PM