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How to slow down field recordings?
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Author How to slow down field recordings?
earcut
Hello guys! I hope some girls too grin

Could you give me some tips for slowing down (pitch down) field recordings?

Or, what is an analog way of slowing down field recording, that sounds good? (because a I understand no digital way sounds any good?)

Do you really need to have Nagra to slow it down more than 2x times? (because that sounds awesome, right)

Is there any more economic way to do it? Like maybe cassette players that have been hacked. Does this sound decent when slowed down 3, 4 times ?
subbasshead
You already asked this in General Gear???

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tetri5
press it into vinyl then play it back slower lol

but seriously, digitally will always leave artifacts and sound unnatural. I don't know what exactly you're trying to slow down but it's often more simple just so modify the source rather than the recording.
LNerell
earcut wrote:

Or, what is an analog way of slowing down field recording, that sounds good? (because a I understand no digital way sounds any good?)


You understand wrong.
gentle_attack
record to cassette
play on a cassette player that can play at half speed
record that onto another cassette
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