Some three years after its last release (!), I present to you version 1.9.0 of Rubber Band Audio:
Rubber Band Audio is a little audio-processing application that does time-stretching and pitch-shifting using the Rubber Band Library. It’s quite a neat tool for adjusting loops, adapting recordings to a new key, or slowing down sections for closer listening.
The previous version still works perfectly fine — I don’t really subscribe to the idea that you need to update an application constantly even though it’s basically done. But this one does add a couple of nice features. It now includes little start and end playback markers, that you can drag to set a looping range within the recording — useful when studying something closely, and a feature users have asked for. It works better with retina displays (on OS/X) and hi-dpi ones (on Windows). Audio file input and output have been updated to support a wider range of formats on Windows and to save a bit faster.
Rubber Band Audio is available direct from my little company (for Windows or Mac, with a pretty full-featured demo version available for both) or through the Mac App Store, for £7.99 or currency equivalent.