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Hello Shai,

Shortening the audio file will result in raising its pitch, if you preserve
the relationship between time and pitch, which you want to do here.  If you
send me the audio file in Dropbox, Mediafire, Hightail,etc., and the exact
length you want it to be, I wlll do that for you, which only takes a
minute.  Most audio restoration programs can do this easily.  I am using
Izotope RX4 Advanced.  You just need to be sure that the audio file doesn't
have dead time in it, before and after the audio, and that the timing is
right.

Best, John




On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 2:08 PM, David Crosthwait <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> Import both into Final Cut and adjust the speed of the mag audio track. We
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> On May 13, 2015, at 11:52 AM, Shai Drori wrote:
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> > Hi everyone.
> > I would like to know if there is a program that will take one audio
> track and change it in the time domain to match another track. I have a
> movie soundtrack that needs to be moved in time to match the original
> sound. The original is from the optical track and thus is in sync with the
> picture. The other track sounds much better but is from a magnetic source
> that is not time coded and so runs close but not in sync. I would like to
> change the time of the good track so that it will match the optical track.
> Any ideas?
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> > Shai Drori
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