Is there an easy way of extracting and acidizing audio samples from CD ?
I have a collection of loop samples on various audio sample CD's that I've bought, invariably because I couldn't afford the AKAI versions of them. However, that was a false economy because they've hardly been used. It's such a headache to extract each loop. Each CD track has a number of loops with a .5 second gap between them but even using Sound Forge's extract region tool hasn't allowed me to automatically get the samples out of these CD's.
Has anyone developed a tool that will extract loops (maybe based on silence between regions), take a guess at the BPM and then write each one to an ACIDized WAV file ??