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Offline dennisrtyler

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2Gig Limit>Combining WAVs??
« on: April 25, 2006, 02:39:25 PM »
i recorded my friend's band this past saturday and their set went over 2 hrs. so i have 2 seperate tracks from my 660. how do i combine these 2 wavs so i can edit/track/flac? thanks for the info!!!
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Re: 2Gig Limit>Combining WAVs??
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2006, 03:07:10 PM »
Track first. For the track that falls on the split, just name it track##a and track##b and recombine later. You won't be able to combine the complete files from the 660 in most programs. However, depending on the software you're using, if it allows for files > 2 GB using some other format, you can create a new file and paste both of your 660 files in sequentially. For example on the Mac, Spark allows this with the w64 file type.
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