y would like to known if there a way
to convert a CD audio of sample into
several wav files.
Each track in fact contain 5 samples
and the cd 50 tracks
So i would like to have 250 wav files.
I prefer a automatic method !!!
Automatically?? Wouldn\'t that be nice? Actually, I\'ve never figured out a way to do this automatically. I usually rip my files and manually separate them out as separate files in Sound Forge. I\'ve done this for over 50 sfx cds, so believe me..if there was an automated way to do this, I\'d be all over it!
i\'ve promised myself NEVER to do that kind of manual operations again...
You can play around with the \"auto region\" function in Sound Forge after you ripped your stuff to .wav, and with the batch converter you can pretty much automate the whole load. HUGE timesaver. try it out!
also check out a freeware called \"waveknife\",and another program called Samplicut (sorry, no links).
i must be tired... try the \"auto trim/crop\" function, set optimal attack and release values and use the function \"remove silence between phrases (creating regions)\". then use \"extract regions\" (under \"tools\").
i know there\'s other ways to do this in sforge but i think i\'ll have to get some sleep before i recall any more of that stuff...