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NT Pitch

Changes the speed of playing

Changes the speed of playing

Easy way how to speedup or slowdown playing of your music. Plug-in has two modes, one with simple control and one with extended function.

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January 12, 2000 by Tomas Lusk326231 downloads

NT Pitch - Changes the speed of playing

Staff review

Decent pitch control

Not too shabby, as was once said.


Not helpful - I was looking for something like WMP's speed control so I can speed up playback without the chipmunk effect. Not sure what this is supposed to do but it did not allow for much increase in speed and I still got the pitch change. - November 28, 2008 by Michael Carraher

N1! - Very Simple and very good!! =o) - March 3, 2006 by Crabro Flasher

Brilliant - This is a really good pitch changer - just what I was loking for. Simple, and it doesn't crash my computer. - April 18, 2005 by Anna Fry

Pitching perfect - Great!!! It sound like a woman!!! - December 3, 2004 by Stephan Willmeroth

range - Why did you make it -4 to +8 percent instead of -8 to +8? I dont understand that! The sound is ok, but the range isnt. Shame!! - April 2, 2004 by Ed X

Wow - This is a really amazing piece of work... Sounds excellent and really adds functionality to Winamp! I use it al lot. - March 31, 2004 by Olaf Roosenschoon

The best!! - Simply the best plugin pitch, after 4 years im still using it! - February 20, 2004 by Fernando Pi�al

Works Well For Me - been using this for months....havent had a problem yet. - August 23, 2003 by WinampSold ThisName

Excellent - Fantastic sound quality... great pitch accuracy... better than anything you can get for Winamp 3. - April 7, 2003 by Scott Solko

One (of three) Great Plugins - BEAUTIFUL! Last week at one haunt I wanted to upgrade the mediocre acoustics on an older 500MHz K6-2/128MB ATI fitted system. The random tempo drag was annoying so I added the NT_Pitch .dll, which worked fine. Then for 3D effect the excellent Stereo_Delay .dll was added. And to have both DSPs running simultaneously the Plugin_stacker was thrown into the mix. BOOM! Sound quality was comparable to that of a good movie theatre with either phones or speakers. Trouble is you get spoiled. While driving home I kept wondering where the tempo and latency controls were on the car CD player. - August 30, 2002 by Charles Peirce

Nt Pitch 0wnz j00r ass - This is just sweeeeeeeet - no annoying sounds.... Thats some bleeping nonesense.... THIS PLUGIN OWNS!!!! - May 18, 2002 by Frederik Kirkeskov Nielsen

Is just the sound QUALITY... - -.- Try to improve your Plug-In sample quality, it sounds "Algo rasposo"... - April 3, 2002 by Jafo C-Null

how about pitch bend? - The only tool I need now is something for synching multiple tracks, then I can sell all my LPs! - February 19, 2002 by Reed Young

Perfection in pitch... - You know how you download some songs, and a couple of'em just don't sound right? I can't stand my tunes not sounding right. Well, thanks to this plugin, now I don't have to... - February 5, 2002 by John E. Quick III

works, but has some funny noises in the sound. - this system does work, but i hear some annoying high pitch noises in the sound sometimes. i wish they could get rid of these, then this would be a great plug. - June 12, 2001 by yo go

Like the other guy said Simply Perfect - All those other plugins that change the pitch of the track with good ratings don't come any where close to this, every one of them gives the music lagg but this changes the pitch like a technics with excellent output. Say no more - June 2, 2001 by thatkid j

DId You Know?? - Did You Know, Some Radio Stations Use Pitch Controls, so they can fit more songs in an hour. They All Should Use This Nt Pitch. Its small and Uses Low Resources. But I think It could be a little more Colorfull Dont you think - May 11, 2001 by Patrick Vanderzee

Simply Perfect - I first tried this plugin a long time ago, and i haven't yet found another pitch control system that's as simple and versatile!! - May 4, 2001 by Dave Moseley