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Play a sound file slower or faster

How can you play a sound slower or faster? That would be useful for listening carefully one audio passage or to listen fast forward to find a concrete passage. Is there something with the play sox ...
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1answer
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Play last few seconds of mp3

Is there any way to play last N seconds of an mp3 file on bash commandline?
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adding additional tracks using sox and the command line

I'm trying to add additional tracks using sox using the command line Example: I have several different stereo tracks a drum track, vocal track, effects track, etc. Can I add additional stereo tracks ...
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sox segmentation fault

My attempt to record sound with sox on Raspberry PI fails: pi@raspberrypi ~/tmp $ rec new.wav Segmentation fault And so does play: pi@raspberrypi ~/tmp $ play test.wav Segmentation fault Yet it ...
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End sox recording once silence is detected

I'm writing a script that uses sox to record me talking. Now I need sox to wait until it detects sound before it begins recording, and I do have that figured out. But I also need sox to exit once ...
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pipe the output of parec to sox

sox is probably the one linux program that continues to frustrate me. At the same time, I am awed by what it can do, and I'd like to get close to being fluent in it, if not mastering it. Today, I've ...
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What and how is the encoding of a raw (headerless) audio file?

I have done this: me@riverbrain:~/sgf$ echo "test" | text2wave -otype raw -F 16000 >> test.raw which produced a headerless audio file. The wonderful thing about this file is that it can be ...