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Re: MAC NEWBIE needs help tracking a 16/44 wave file
« Reply #30 on: May 26, 2011, 10:17:51 AM »
is there a way using Sound Studio 3 to only save certain tracks from a long file?

In Sound Studio 3.6, select the audio or track you want to export, then File > Save Selection As.

Don't think that's what he wants to do. If you were to use that method you'd have to select only the audio for each individual track and save them one at a time. There is no option in Sound Studio a la CD Wave where you can check/uncheck to select specific tracks you want to save all at once.

I think the issue is basically that BC doesn't want to save the audio (crowd) pre and post the actual music audio tracks. If this is the case this is the method I use (and it takes all of about 30 seconds):

1. Place a marker where you want track 1 to start, double-click the audio anywhere prior to that marker, press the delete key.
2. Place a marker where you want the last track to end, double-click the audio anywhere after that marker, press the delete key.
3. Go to View > Delete All Markers
4. (I personally like to save the file here so I don't archive the raw file with the extraneous pre/post set crowd noise)
5. Start adding markers like you normally would in tracking the music > Edit > Split By Markers

If I were using CD wave I'd do the exact same thing as I not only don't want to save those pre/post set crowd noise tracks as individual files, I don't want to save those portions along with the larger uncut file which I will archive.
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Re: MAC NEWBIE needs help tracking a 16/44 wave file
« Reply #31 on: May 26, 2011, 10:28:50 AM »
can I convert my 24/48 to 16/44.1 in Sound Studio on my MAC?

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Re: MAC NEWBIE needs help tracking a 16/44 wave file
« Reply #32 on: May 26, 2011, 02:53:32 PM »

1. Place a marker where you want track 1 to start, double-click the audio anywhere prior to that marker, press the delete key.
2. Place a marker where you want the last track to end, double-click the audio anywhere after that marker, press the delete key.
3. Go to View > Delete All Markers
4. (I personally like to save the file here so I don't archive the raw file with the extraneous pre/post set crowd noise)
5. Start adding markers like you normally would in tracking the music > Edit > Split By Markers


Oh, is that what he meant. I actually use the same method as you describe, except I archive the raw file before step 1 in case I accidentally delete something I wasn't supposed to.

 

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