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I need a program that can change .mp3 frequency to 44,000Hz.


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i am looking for a program that can change the frequency of .mp3 files. i need a program that can change the frequency to 44,000Hz. The closest I have seen frequency editing is 44,100Hz from what I am looking for. I also need a program that makes .mp3 files auto-loop when the track is done playing, regardless of what media player I am using. Any suggestions?
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any help here? it's been i don't know how long... but could i get some help?
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About changing the frequency; I would suggest Audacity (http://audacity.sour...e.net/download/)
But I'm not sure about the loops; sorry.
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in audicity, they dont have an option for 44,000Hz. only 44,100. so that doesnt work.

help

Edited by MegaGeek49, 03 February 2008 - 12:27 AM.

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Which function are you using?
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oh, i see there is a little tab at the bottom for custom frequency rates. thanks!

Edited by MegaGeek49, 03 February 2008 - 02:12 PM.

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now what about setting up loops? how do i do that?
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any help here?
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any help here please? another day has gone by
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any help here please? please
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any help here? bout a week i think now without any help
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my problem is: i want to create a .mp3 that will loop with just adding more frames to replay it so the file size is increased. i dont want the file size of the .mp3 file to increase, i just want an automatic loop built into the .mp3. how do i do this?
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It's an old topic, but I post a possible solution for future searchs:
Here there is an app for do this work (mp3 loops).

http://www.compuphas...p3/mp3loops.htm
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