How to slip a Single Audio into multiple ones ?

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olevish
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How to slip a Single Audio into multiple ones ?

Post by olevish »

Hello, I've used Goldwave for years and this is my daily soft for everything Audio .
What I wanted to ask is this... I have a lot of Audio files with many drum sounds on it, samples really,
can I somehow split these Audio files into separate samples ?
something that can do it in Batch and automatic ?

thanks

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Tristan
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Re: How to slip a Single Audio into multiple ones ?

Post by Tristan »

I'm kind of surprised you haven't discovered the answer on your own, after using Goldwave for so long. At any rate, I've never found a way to automate what you have in mind.

Goldwave would have to search for silent areas in a file, and somehow distinguish them from simple pauses in a sample. That's just one thing. Then it would have to set markers automatically. Then Goldwave would have to execute an automatic cut-and-paste command. Then it would have to provide individual labels to each newly subdivided file.

That is a tall order. Maybe you could write a macro that Goldwave would run, but I don't know; I've never tried it.
I don't want to read the manual either, but it isn't my problem, is it?

olevish
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Re: How to slip a Single Audio into multiple ones ?

Post by olevish »

Tristan wrote:I'm kind of surprised you haven't discovered the answer on your own, after using Goldwave for so long. At any rate, I've never found a way to automate what you have in mind.

Goldwave would have to search for silent areas in a file, and somehow distinguish them from simple pauses in a sample. That's just one thing. Then it would have to set markers automatically. Then Goldwave would have to execute an automatic cut-and-paste command. Then it would have to provide individual labels to each newly subdivided file.

That is a tall order. Maybe you could write a macro that Goldwave would run, but I don't know; I've never tried it.
that's why I'm asking, cause I've never found such option :(

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Re: How to slip a Single Audio into multiple ones ?

Post by GoldWave Inc. »

You can use the Auto Cue and Split File features of the Cue Points tool. However there currently isn't a way to automate that for many files.

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