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speed up an mp3 or .wav file

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I have a mp3 file which came from a cassette. The cassette was old and ran about 7% slower than normal. Does anyone know of a way to edit the mp3 file so that it is gives the true sound? I also have the recording in .wav format.
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Audacity can do that.

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

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Thank you. If I increase the speed and the pitch is to high do you suggest I lower the pitch or is there another way to do that?
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