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Old 2013-03-25, 04:54
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Audacity (Cool-edit of old) is flexible and gives the option of re-sampling (neither pitch nor tempo preserved), pitch without tempo change, tempo change maintaining pitch. Now! That would be a welcome feature in Reason 7.
Audacity is an open source audio editor.

Adobe Audition = the new Cool Edit Pro.

Fwiw, Reaper has fairly flexible pitch shifting built in...

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ReaPitch Multivoice pitch shifting and pitch correction, with an unlimited number of individual shifters.

ReaTune Powerful automatic or manual pitch correction, with intuitive graphical interface, MIDI note output, and histogram for technical instrument tuning tasks.

ReaVoice MIDI-controlled multivoice pitch shifter.

ReaPitch, ReaTune, and ReaVoice can be driven by any of REAPER's included pitch shifting engines, including Elastique 2 Pro.
 

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