I have a couple of audio samples (mp3, whatever, the format doesn't matter too much) that I'm trying to pitch shift chromatically while retaining the length of the sample. There's a super easy way to do this in Audacity, but I'm trying to generate 4 octaves chromatically for about 4 sound samples, and I'm not a fan of busywork - does anyone know of some easy way to generate chromatic pitch shifts of an audio sample without having to click a lot? Thanks!
If you're an Ableton user, you can convert your .mp3 files to wav then you can drag the audio file to Ableton. It gives you an option to pitch shift as well as wrap (it changes the pitch without changing tempo). Another method is to change the pitch and adjust the tempo.
I just stumbled across SoX thanks to a friend, which is a command line utility that'll take care of this issue - more info here