Extracting a passge from a long sound file

Basil Fowler b.j.fowler at chanzy.eclipse.co.uk
Mon Jul 30 09:33:53 BST 2007

Thanks, it did just as I wanted. 

Of course, I had to adjust a few parameters away from the defaults to get it 
to work as I wanted, i.e. reducing the number of silent blocks that are taken 
as track boundaires from 20 to 5, but that was only to be expected.


On Sunday 29 July 2007 23:49, Graham wrote:
> Have look at gramofile; I don't know if this is exactly what you're
> after, but its original uses was to copy a vinyl LP as one continuous
> audio track and then split into tracks.
> These tracks could be "cleaned up" excluding the worst of clicks and
> hiss and be encoded into different format, depending on the sound file
> editor used (though it does come with one, from memory).
> Its not a KDE app, however, but more information can be obtained from:
> http://www.opensourcepartners.nl/~costar/gramofile/
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