Deliberately place in Speakers' Corner as it's not an overly important or earth-shattering type question for the 'really helpful' forums ;-))
Perhaps my ancient, creaking brain cell is playing up: but, I'm sure back in the days when I had Win 3.1 driving my 1.5M Pentium processor, 16Mb machine that there was a little application that one could use to manipulate wav files. I had great fun using MS sounds and making them sound quite weird and wonderful. So much so that I even used to leave my cocoa-tin desktop speakers switched on - just so that I could enjoy my creativity!
Is anybody in the position to recommend an easy - and free - add-on so that I can try and recover some of my mis-spent youth?
However, it looks as though it is a bit more than I really wanted.
As far as I can remember, that 'original' program allowed stretching, reversing and, perhaps, echo. One could also 'cut out' wanted portions only. That audacity thing would be a steam-roller to crack a peanut.