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Hello there...uhmm just wondering about mac playing in Audio if there' third party apps, to use for audio effect like adding higher pitch if the original song is a bit low and the singer want it higher, i found out in Windows that theres pre install software, any suggestions for this concern if mine if there is?
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There are several options for changing the pitch of music files. You can do this in Garageband (free, preinstalled), or in any third-party program that supports pitch-shifting, such as The Amazing Slow Downer.

https://www.macworld.com/article/105...fectpitch.html
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