The Pitch Shift effect shifts the frequency spectrum of the input signal. This will change the sound pitch (tone) without changing its tempo.
Please listen to the short audio samples below to compare the sound before and after applying the Pitch Shift effect:
All effects and filters are applied in the same way in AVS Audio Editor. For detailed step-by-step instructions on how to apply effects to your audio files, click here.
Use the drop-down list to the right to select between the pitch shift types.
Select Semitones to shift the sound pitch by semitones. Next use the Ratio text field or the wheel cursor to set the desired pitch change level. Setting the parameter to 0.00 will correspond to the pitch of the original sound. Values below zero will cause the pitch to decrease. Values above zero will cause the pitch to increase. For example, if you set the ratio to 2.00, the resulting audio musical key will be raised by 2 semitones.
Select Ratio to shift the sound pitch by percentage. Next use the Ratio text field or the wheel cursor to set the desired pitch change level. Setting the parameter to 100% will correspond to the pitch of the original sound. Values below 100% will cause the pitch to decrease. Values above 100% will cause the pitch to increase.
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