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I made a mistake
I recorded my voice with apogee ad sampleratesetting 44.1
but the project was 48k and I locked my audio card also 48k
and when I recorded my voice I feelt strangely that the tempo was very slow
and I found that i made a mistake like above

but I only have to down the pitch..
the tempo is now works fine...
but the pitch is more high by about less 2 semitones
I must down the pith by about the same amount (less 2 semitones)
how much should I down the pitch?
 
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bj wrote:
> I made a mistake
> I recorded my voice with apogee ad sampleratesetting 44.1
> but the project was 48k and I locked my audio card also 48k
> and when I recorded my voice I feelt strangely that the tempo was very slow
> and I found that i made a mistake like above
>
> but I only have to down the pitch..

Or better yet, fix the headers on the WAV files. Something like <http://railjonrogut.com/HeaderInvestigator.htm> will do the trick.
 
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In article <1c7c168a.0412180417.6f90b158@posting.google.com> bluesjeon@hotmail.com writes:

> I made a mistake
> I recorded my voice with apogee ad sampleratesetting 44.1
> but the project was 48k and I locked my audio card also 48k
> and when I recorded my voice I feelt strangely that the tempo was very slow
> and I found that i made a mistake like above

There are complicated ways that you can attempt to fix this, but since
you made the recording and it's your voice, there's no issue with
unavailability of the studio or the talent. Just record it again.
That's bound to take less time than fooling with the files.

If you insist in fixing this by pitch shifting, the ratio is 44.1/48.
Get out your calculator.


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On 18 Dec 2004 04:17:01 -0800, bluesjeon@hotmail.com (bj) wrote:

>I made a mistake
>I recorded my voice with apogee ad sampleratesetting 44.1
>but the project was 48k and I locked my audio card also 48k
>and when I recorded my voice I feelt strangely that the tempo was very slow
>and I found that i made a mistake like above
>
>but I only have to down the pitch..
>the tempo is now works fine...
>but the pitch is more high by about less 2 semitones
>I must down the pith by about the same amount (less 2 semitones)
>how much should I down the pitch?

by the appropriate ratio
 
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On Sat, 18 Dec 2004 04:17:01 -0800, bj wrote:

> I made a mistake
> I recorded my voice with apogee ad sampleratesetting 44.1
> but the project was 48k and I locked my audio card also 48k
> and when I recorded my voice I feelt strangely that the tempo was very slow
> and I found that i made a mistake like above
>
> but I only have to down the pitch..
> the tempo is now works fine...
> but the pitch is more high by about less 2 semitones
> I must down the pith by about the same amount (less 2 semitones)
> how much should I down the pitch?

I have a little difficulty in understanding the problem...

If you sang along to the music at 44k, I'd imagine the pitch would be
relatively correct when the project was played back at 48k, as the backing
track would have been slowed/sped up by the same amount as well. That
would explain why the tempo of the vocals is still correct.

A formant shift down without a pitch shift would then be the thing to get
the vocal sounding natural again.
If I've got the wrong end of the stick, then just ignore this post. :)
 
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