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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and i have Sony Sound Forge.  Some of the audio recordings which are like speeches, sometimes are so fastly spoken by the speakers that it is difficult to catch up or understand.  
Is it possible to like put the recording in slow motion mode so that it will reply a bit slowly.  if yes, can the Gurus please suggest how to do it.
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Jegajothy  SF has many different algorithms,
With your case you have a fast-talking lecturer, stretching (slowing down) spoken
 word is much more challenging too difficult for me
What you can do simply is play back the recording in a slower mode.
Using either windows media player or VLC or MPCHC
either have the option to playback at a slower speed.
WMP Play speedPlayspeed VLCplay speed Media Player Classic Home CinemaDoes that help?
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