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Quick Review: Amazing Slow Downer
Monday, January 3, 2005

The oddly named Amazing Slow Downer lets you slow down (or speed up) audio tracks under OS X or Windows. I've only used it under OS X. The software works as advertised. It has a clunky, very non-OS X interface and costs a whopping $44.95. That's a lot of money for what I imagine is some pretty simple signal processing. On the other hand, it's the only program I've found so far (after, admittedly, only about 17-seconds of heavy searching) that does this and it could save you lots of time listening to those books on tape. I'd give it an A for effort, a D for price, an F for interface and an overall grade of B-.


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