Hi all I should know how to do this as i have done it before, but can't remember how i did it.
I have copied a LP to cassette and transfered it to my hard drive using Audacity.The file is a wav lasting 42 minutes, can anyone tell me how to split it into the 12 seperate tracks it contains? I have Audiograbber and dbpoweramp installed on my pc,and as i say i have actually done it in the past can anyone jog my memory. Thanks
Highlight the section of track that you want, using the 'selection tool' (looks like a capital I). Select Edit>Copy>'Save as' and title the single track. Do this for all the tracks. You will still have the original as long as you choose 'copy' and not 'cut'
Thanks guys I have just managed it using Audacity, a bit long winded, selecting various tracks by the length of them, highlighting and then exporting the selection. I'm sure in the past i have used software that has split it automatically, still i'll tick resolved thanks again.
There is a setting in dbPoweramp that 'looks' for silence inbetween the tracks. The length of the gap can be adjusted. This doesn't help if the tracks fade in/out to each other or if the track actually has a quiet bit in it.