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    Hi everyone,

    The song I made needs to be sped up as the Metronome was set a bit slow when I recorded the song, which is in time. It now needs to play faster.

    Speeding up the Metronome has no effect on the song speed.

    How can I speed up the song or track?
    Last edited by FreedomLighter; 08-02-2018 at 16:34.

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    Comments by Phil Tipping
    Hi,
    I'm afraid there's no way of doing this within the machine. The only option I can think of is to transfer the track(s) to a computer (via the Export function), then use an audio editor or DAW such as Audacity to shrink the audio. You can then transfer the file back into the machine (via the Import function) if you want to do more recording/processing, or just leave it on the computer and do the mixing/processing there.
    Hope this helps.
    Phil.

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