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My Stanton S250 CD player came with virtually no instructions - how do I use the pitch features/buttons?

I want to be able to slow down a song so I can learn to play it on my guitar.  I bought this because it supposedly does that, but there are no instructions telling me how to use pitch, bend, and other buttons/features.  Surely there's a source for this information? I can't even find Stanton online to see if they have a support #. kjake

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Get the song onto your computer in QuickTime ".mov" format and you can change its speed as well as pitch. You may need to buy QuickTime Pro, but it used to be less than $30. Get it from Apple. PC or Mac version as needed. I do this often with songs for rehearsal with my choir.

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