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Is there any Linux programs out there which will play an audio file (wav, mp3. etc) and can adjust the tempo? I am learning how to play the guitar and it is much easier to learn the beat of a song if you slow it down. Thanks.
I have version .10 beta. Which version are you using? I do not see mp3 in the list of file types. When I try to open one I get a message saying mp3s aren't supported. I am downloading version .12. I'll let you know if that works.
I'm using version 0.12.0beta. It's a pain to compile because it depends on quite a few other things, but I it's worth it because it does the job of editing music really well. You'll need LAME installed to edit mp3's