Pitching.

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It depends on sampler/DAW. In Ableton Live with Warp turned on you can change pitch without affecting the tempo of audio clips. In Logic there is Time and Pitch Machine. In Kontakt there is I believe an option to do this as well.
 

mr meh

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If you use Transpose instead of just pitching, it doesnt effect the length at which the sample plays. (Transposing is the same as time-stretching btw)
 

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There's no perfect way of doing that. At least not that I'm aware of. It would be mindlessly complicated to do.
 

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Chop the break, play the break on a slower bpm and pitch the sections of the break a few semitones down to avoid a chopping effect, then pitch it up back to the desired bpm.
The final pitch always depends on the recorded bpm and the global pitch of the break sections.
 

Dark Lizardro

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I discovered (well, actually I already knew it, but I was lazy to try) that you can use Harmor (of course, for Fl Studio), and it's capability of resample to pitch things, without affecting the quality of the sample.
 
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