I am interested in working on rhythm and melody for modern Greek: tempo, pitch, etc.

Is there a resource that either explains this, or has spoken conversation that represents modern Greek tempo and pitch and can easily be slowed down?

  • What do you mean by "easily slowed down"? Would a normal audio recording of conversation count (which can be slowed down or sped up with any reasonable audio editing software)? – Flimzy Dec 23 '17 at 9:47
  • @Flimzy: Mmm, I was imagining "easily slowed down" by the ordinary standards of easiness on the web, including not requiring software or techniques that the average web user isn't aware of. I didn't exactly mean "easy for someone who knows how to capture audio content from the web and is also already proficient in using Audacity." And I was also imagining not having to struggle to hear slowed-down sound at the same pitch as it was recorded. – Christos Hayward Dec 23 '17 at 19:25

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