An effect in which the amount of time that a sound takes to play from start to finish is increased or decreased (as if a tape were being sped up or slowed down), but without altering the pitch. Some samplers provide this as an effect that can be applied in non-real-time to a sample, for the purpose of tuning the sample’s length to an exact beat length, or just for the effect. See Variphrase.

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