Maztr's free online Audio Pitch Editor is a quick and easy tool you can use right in your browser, without downloading any software, to edit the pitch of your audio files. No account or login is required to use it.
The Audio Pitch Editor, also known as a Pitch Shifter, is designed for users who want a pitch editing tool they can use quickly, on the fly. It can increase or decrease the pitch of your audio files by any amount you choose using cents, semitones or octaves, without changing the tempo.
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Pitch can have a significant impact on the overall quality and impact of your audio content. Whether you're working with music, voiceovers or sound effects, pitch errors can be distracting and detract from the intended experience. An audio pitch editor can help you quickly and easily correct these errors, ensuring that your content sounds polished and professional.
But that's not all - pitch editors can also be used creatively to manipulate pitch and create unique effects or enhance performance. In other words, if you want to correct pitch errors or explore creative possibilities, an audio pitch editor is an essential tool for any audio professional. By taking advantage of the power and flexibility of these tools, you can unlock the full potential of your audio content and captivate your audience like never before.
You can edit the pitch of your audio files using cent, semitone or octave changes. For example, if you want to increase the pitch by one semitone, select "Semitone Increase" and enter 1. Conversely, you can select "Semitone Decrease" and enter -1 to lower the pitch by one semitone.
Pitch refers to the frequency of a sound wave and how it relates to our perception of high or low tones. Factors such as harmonics, overtones and timbre can all impact pitch perception, which can vary from person to person. By understanding pitch and taking steps to optimize it, we can create more engaging audio content that resonates with our audience.
Cents, semitones and octaves are all terms used to describe musical intervals. Cents measure pitch difference as the ratio between two frequencies, with 100 cents equaling one semitone. Moving up or down 12 semitones (or 1,200 cents) results in an octave. However, different musical traditions may use different intervals or tuning systems. By understanding these terms, we can gain a deeper appreciation for the mechanics of musical intervals.
Most people can't hear pitch differences below 3-5 cents, however with training it's possible to hear a difference as low as 1-2 cents.
The Audio Pitch Editor won't replace our Mastering process. For best results, you need more than pitch editing. We recommend you register for one of our accounts which have a wide range of advanced "state of the art" Mastering tools, such as Equalizers, Compressors and Limiters, to make your songs and podcasts sparkle.