I am digitizing some old 1/4" mono recordings.
My tape deck’s slowest speed is 7.5 ips but some of the recordings were clearly recorded at 3.75 ips and therefore are double speed and up an octave when I attempt to play them.
So how do I create a double-length audio file at the correct pitch in Cubase 10?
Obviously I can do a pitch shift and then a time-stretch - but is there a method of simply slowing the whole thing down by 50% in one hit? - there should be no need for resampling or interpolating old material - just padding the bit stream would do it… But is that possible in Cubase?
By the way these recordings are around 45 minutes each - so not short wav files.