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I tried time stretching a wave file using .net unsuccessful. I am a new bee and I just need very brief if possible very easy way to accomplish that. There was one but it contains several other things which I do not really need.

Posted 3-Jan-12 9:05am
idle63 at 3-Jan-12 15:30pm
If you expect that the stretched (I assume you mean play it in a shorter or longer time) wav does sound similar to the original (e.g. sound), than there is no easy solution in my opinion.

SAKryukov at 3-Jan-12 15:59pm
Why? OP did not pose any requirements on how it should sound. (And to sound exactly the same for different amount of time would be theoretically impossible; isn't that obvious?) The problem is quite solvable, why not?
idle63 at 3-Jan-12 16:13pm
IMHO: Thatswhy I wrote "sound similar". There are a lot of softwares _trying_ it. E.g. the one I know are for musicians to play a piece of music in (slightly) different pitches.

Stretching without any assumption to quality is easy...but probably the result is not satisfying.

SAKryukov at 3-Jan-12 20:17pm
The key in "trying it" is in "it". What "it"? I think I know what do you mean, but as you formulate it, it sounds absurd. Different "pitches" is not just pitches; this is really complex non-linear transform. I see no sign of this stuff on OP's question.

SAKryukov at 3-Jan-12 16:00pm
Not enough information to help you. "Unsuccessful" is not an explanation of the problem. You need to show your code, explain the problem...

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