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#1549707 - 11/04/17 09:09 PM Can a 2480 do these things?
Heartwaves Offline
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1. Speed up (or slow down) the song without changing pitch?
2. Speed up (or slow down) a song without changing the sampling rate?
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#1549713 - 11/04/17 10:34 PM Re: Can a 2480 do these things? [Re: Heartwaves]
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pretty certain the answer is NO.
and NO.

Well, actually, there might be a time compression/expansion effect on the 2-card, if you have any, but I never liked it at even the tiniest setting changes.
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#1549723 - 11/05/17 09:43 AM Re: Can a 2480 do these things? [Re: uptildawn]
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This may help..

I have never attempted this so I can't say how well it works..

Good luck!


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#1550053 - 11/07/17 08:47 AM Re: Can a 2480 do these things? [Re: Hong Kong Phooey]
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Activating Vari Pitch
1. Press UTILITY.
2. If you don’t see “PlyRec” above F4, press PAGE until you do.
3. Press F4 (PlyRec).
Vari Pitch parameters
4. Turn VARI PITCH Sw on to activate the Vari Pitch feature—the VS-2480 takes a few moments to switch to Vari Speed operation.
VARI PITCH sets the project’s playing speed—its default value is the project’s sample rate. Higher values speed up playback, lower values slow it down.
5. Set the VARI PITCH parameter from 16.00kHz to 50.00kHz.
6. Press F6 (EXIT) to confirm your changes.
When Vari Pitch is turned on, a small V appears to the left of the current time in the VS-2480’s display.

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#1550200 - 11/08/17 12:02 PM Re: Can a 2480 do these things? [Re: croaky]
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what you're wanting to do is one or two clicks in most
any software DAW. you can do it in Audacity which is free.
i don't think you'll be happy with the results doing this
on the 2480.

Myke
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#1550223 - 11/08/17 03:31 PM Re: Can a 2480 do these things? [Re: michaelsteele]
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Do it in Audacity then send it back to the 2480. The only reason I would do it that way is because the 2480 is more user friendly...
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#1550420 - 11/10/17 12:57 AM Re: Can a 2480 do these things? [Re: croaky]
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#1550692 - 11/12/17 05:14 AM Re: Can a 2480 do these things? [Re: keeppracticing]
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Adobe audition will also do it very nicely.
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