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single audio file - split into many

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by netgirl, Jun 15, 2002.

  1. netgirl

    netgirl Guest

    maybe i'm not looking in the right place; however i can't seem to find a software to help with this issue.

    i have an audio file on a cd that was recorded as one track and i now want to create several audio tracks from it.

    any suggestions?
  2. cd-rw.org

    cd-rw.org Active member

    Jan 22, 2002
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    There are many ways of doing this. You can start by looking at Feurio at the software section.
  3. Pio2001

    Pio2001 Moderator Staff Member

    Jan 20, 2002
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    I don't know if you're the one who posted in EAc's mailing list. However, here's my answer (quoted from the defunct r3mix FAQ section) :

    Assuming you want to burn it (and not making MP3s from it) :

    Free methods :

    Feurio can let you set tracks into a wav before burning.
    If you need to zoom vertically in order to see what you're doing accurately,
    use rather EAC, but it's a bit more complicated :

    Click tools/process wav. The track 1 must begin exactly at the beginning of
    the file, therefore, cut unwanted part here if needed.
    To enable vertical zooming, click display/vertical scale format/automatic
    range selection.

    Then click cuesheet/create cuesheet.

    Move the cursor where you want the next track to begin, and click
    cuasheet/insert/track start.

    Repeat the operation for all tracks. Once done click cuesheet/save cuesheet.

    If your burner is supported, you can burn this cuesheet with EAC, but you can
    also burn it with Feurio.

    Nero allows to do it too (no vertical zoom, clumsy cursor handling), Import
    your wav, right click it, and set the markers. Back into the main window,
    select all tracks but the first, right click and reset the pause to zero.
    Use only Nero or newer, previous version has a bug that will cut
    1/75th of a second of the end of each track (or each wav ?)

    Dedicated (and expensive) software :

    Sonic Foundry SondForge 5 is a wav editor capable of burning CDs
    Steinberg Wavelab is a very powerful soft that performs multitrack CD
    Magix Samplitude producer 6 is a top of the art software for CD mastering.

    I don't know Wavelab 4, so I don't know if it's better than Samplitude 6.

    Links :

    Feurio : http://www.feurio.de/
    EAC : http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/

    No need to buy Nero for that purpose, it's not better than Feurio or EAC.

    SoundForge 5 :
    Wavelab 4 :

    Samplitude Producer 6 : http://www.magix.com/select.html

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