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audacity??
« on: May 05, 2014, 06:15:16 PM »
what buttons do i push to make individual track marks

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Re: audacity??
« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2014, 06:23:24 PM »
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Re: audacity??
« Reply #2 on: May 06, 2014, 12:50:44 PM »
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Re: audacity??
« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2014, 11:47:50 PM »
Audacity uses the term "label" for track markers. I bring this up not to be a grammar Nazi, but for the sake of clarity. The terminology tripped me up  for a bit when I first started using Audacity...

That being said, if you are tracking out 24 and 16 versions of the same source material (assuming you would track out the 24 bit source first) go to File>Export Labels and you will be prompted to save the labels as a .txt file. Name the file as you choose, then open the 16 bit file the select File>Import>Labels and select the appropriate .txt file. Boom. 16 version has all the label markers in place and you can simply go File>Export Multiple and you're set. No need to track out both sources individually.

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Re: audacity??
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2014, 08:45:57 AM »
Audacity uses the term "label" for track markers. I bring this up not to be a grammar Nazi, but for the sake of clarity. The terminology tripped me up  for a bit when I first started using Audacity...

That being said, if you are tracking out 24 and 16 versions of the same source material (assuming you would track out the 24 bit source first) go to File>Export Labels and you will be prompted to save the labels as a .txt file. Name the file as you choose, then open the 16 bit file the select File>Import>Labels and select the appropriate .txt file. Boom. 16 version has all the label markers in place and you can simply go File>Export Multiple and you're set. No need to track out both sources individually.

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i have never been able to track a 16 bit source off 24
Everytime the 16 bit is longer and this the labels do not match
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Re: audacity??
« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2014, 08:38:33 PM »
i have never been able to track a 16 bit source off 24
Everytime the 16 bit is longer and this the labels do not match
It was recently asked about my another member too

Yeah, Audacity sucks for this.  CD Wave Editor, and using the cue sheet function to match the 24 bad 16 bit versions, is by far the easiest and most accurate way to split tracks.

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Re: audacity??
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2014, 10:14:47 PM »
i have never been able to track a 16 bit source off 24
Everytime the 16 bit is longer and this the labels do not match
It was recently asked about my another member too

Yeah, Audacity sucks for this.  CD Wave Editor, and using the cue sheet function to match the 24 bad 16 bit versions, is by far the easiest and most accurate way to split tracks.

Odd. Always worked like a charm for me.  ???

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Re: audacity??
« Reply #7 on: May 08, 2014, 08:37:38 PM »
i have never been able to track a 16 bit source off 24
Everytime the 16 bit is longer and this the labels do not match
It was recently asked about my another member too

Yeah, Audacity sucks for this.  CD Wave Editor, and using the cue sheet function to match the 24 bad 16 bit versions, is by far the easiest and most accurate way to split tracks.

Odd. Always worked like a charm for me.  ???

You never found when you dithered/downsampled to 16 bit that the file was slightly shorter?  Happened every time I tried it.  Maybe it's been fixed in later editions?

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Re: audacity??
« Reply #8 on: May 09, 2014, 01:19:30 AM »
i have never been able to track a 16 bit source off 24
Everytime the 16 bit is longer and this the labels do not match
It was recently asked about my another member too

Yeah, Audacity sucks for this.  CD Wave Editor, and using the cue sheet function to match the 24 bad 16 bit versions, is by far the easiest and most accurate way to split tracks.

Odd. Always worked like a charm for me.  ???

You never found when you dithered/downsampled to 16 bit that the file was slightly shorter?  Happened every time I tried it.  Maybe it's been fixed in later editions?

I've been off Windows for too long to recall, but yeah, the 24 and 16 bit labels always align properly as long as Audacity is set up to "Snap To CDDA" when tracking.

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Re: audacity??
« Reply #9 on: June 21, 2014, 07:43:50 PM »
I've been off Windows for too long to recall, but yeah, the 24 and 16 bit labels always align properly as long as Audacity is set up to "Snap To CDDA" when tracking.

There are now two snap to choices and I'm not sure which to use. 
1.  hh:mm:ss + CDDA frames (75 fps)
2.  CDDA frames (75 fps)

Any input appreciated.   :)
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Re: audacity??
« Reply #10 on: June 22, 2014, 09:14:08 AM »
I've been off Windows for too long to recall, but yeah, the 24 and 16 bit labels always align properly as long as Audacity is set up to "Snap To CDDA" when tracking.

There are now two snap to choices and I'm not sure which to use. 
1.  hh:mm:ss + CDDA frames (75 fps)
2.  CDDA frames (75 fps)

Any input appreciated.   :)

I read those as the same - the first will display the time as well as the frames

 

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