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Re: Parsing Digital Audio Files:



On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 2:58 PM, Michael Cronenworth <mike cchtml com> wrote:
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Re: Parsing Digital Audio Files:
> From: stan <goedigi89__e cox net>
> To: Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora.
> <fedora-list redhat com>
> Date: 12/05/2008 02:39 PM
>
>> You want audacity, a sound editor.  I think the latest version has tags
>> built in but you could also use id3tags.
>>
>> Then just use a CD burner to burn the songs as audio.  I think k3b can do
>> that.  I don't do that, so have no experience.
>>
>
> brasero over K3b is a better choice. The latest version in Fedora 10 is
> pretty much equal to K3b.

Also, if you need gapless burning, k3b doesn't support it. I had to
use gcdmaster. Hmm... short way to put this...

1. Use Audacity of hack up your files the way you want, use labels to
mark tracks.
2. Export your project to one .wav file.
3. Export your labels.
4. Use label2cue to create a .cue file for gcdmaster (I had to edit
the output because gcdmaster wanted TITLE and PERFORMER in the disc
area and not just per track like label2cue creates)
5. run gcdmaster and open your .cue file and burn it
6. Enjoy gapless audio playback!

Richard


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