Splitting wav files

  Elyvate 14:29 23 Oct 03

Title isn't particuarly relevant but wasn't sure how to describe this.

My friend is a budding DJ and can record his mixes onto tape. he now wants me to put them onto cd for him. I can hook up my system to record from the tape to my PC. My only problem is when burning to a cd it will be recorded as one long track, is there a program that can put some kind of marker at the end of each song so that when played in a cd player I can skip songs.

I know there is a manual way of doing this by taking the whole wav file, splitting it into individual songs and then using my cd burner software putting a gap of 0 seconds between each song but me being lazy would like a quicker way of doing it.

  AubreyS 17:09 23 Oct 03

Hi Elyvate. This might do just what you want.

click here

  pj123 17:15 23 Oct 03

Try here click here I have both LP Recorder and LP Ripper. LP Ripper will split one long track into separates.

  Elyvate 14:06 24 Oct 03

Thanks AubreyS and pj123, they both seem to do the trick.

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