Extracting a passge from a long sound file
crtb at cape.com
Mon Jul 30 17:23:08 BST 2007
Consider audacity, an excellent free sound editor. It displays the
whole extent of a music file (ogg, wav, mp3 etc) pictorially, allows
fine zooming into the timeline so you can snip exactly and save a
selected section. Some effects are also possible, but mainly I have
used it to clip successive parts of a concert and prepare tracks on
a CD. Easy to use.
Chuck Bacon -- crtb at cape.com
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On Sun, 29 Jul 2007, Basil Fowler wrote:
> 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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