Is it accurate and reliable if I try to slow down the tempo of a video or an audio in order to correctly identify the frequency of a note with Audacity? I don't have perfect pitch which is the ability to identify a note just by listening to it. I'm trying to find the frequency of singing notes from this video

...from 1:17 to 1:19. I don't know if there is a tritone or flatted fifth involved in the part or not. Are there microtones involved in the part?

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    YouTube will slow down the video without changing the pitch. You might also find this post helpful. Audacity is mentioned in the comments as a useful tool in this regard. – Aaron Jan 5 at 3:59

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