Extracting a passge from a long sound file

Basil Fowler b.j.fowler at chanzy.eclipse.co.uk
Sun Jul 29 20:59:51 BST 2007

Greetings to all,

>From time to time I record BBC radio programmes, and then I wish to retain a 
certain section from the programme, discarding the rest.

I use vsound to create a wav file that contains the original program. Up to 
now, I have played the file through Kaboodle, and extracted the desired 
section by starting a recording in KRec, finishing at the end of the desired 
section, and then exporting the recorded section from Krec to another wav 
file for subsequent burning (with other files) on an audio CD.

KRec needs to be fed from Kaboodle, but I am required to run the original file 
sequencially, because unlike, for example Alsaplayer, it does not allow 
a "fast forward" to skip the parts that I am not interested in. All the other 
players that can act as a frond end for KRec also lack a "fast forward" 

Can anyone suggest a better method?


Basil Fowler
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