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    Pitch changing in j2me

    I m developing an Application that can change pitch of voice.There is a method called setPitch() available in j2me,but it only work on midi files.I want to change pitch of amr files.Please help me..waiting 4 rply..
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Pitch changing in j2me

    Welcome to Forum Nokia!

    I doubt you will be able to do what you want. Basically:

    Code:
    PitchControl pc = myPlayer.getControl("PitchControl");
    if (pc == null) {
        // this player does not support pitch control
    } else {
        // this player supports pitch control
    }
    If the Player does not support pitch control, there is nothing you can do about it.

    Graham.

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    Re: Pitch changing in j2me

    Thanks ! Is there Any other option for converting pitch of amr files?

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    Re: Pitch changing in j2me

    Realistically? No.

    Graham.

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    Re: Pitch changing in j2me

    Hi, With the new Asha SDK is it possible to change the AMR pitch now?

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