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Subject: Re: Editing files recorded on AJBR20
From: BlueChip (cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net)
Date: 2004-02-24


Correct me if I am wrong, but at a quick glance, it would seem that Nero
Wave Editor will recompress the file. The big thing with direct cut, is
that it is totally lossless - of course, that means no clean-up features!

For clean up, you will go a long way to find anything the excel Sonic
Foundry's Noise Reduction plugin ...but it is NOT free!

You can find demo and time-crippled versions of SF s/w here:
http://mediasoftware.sonypictures.com/download/default.asp
...but if it still works the same way as it did years ago (I stopped on
v4.5), you will need to purchase a serial number to unlock everything.

SF has(/had) no lossless mp3 edit feature.

BC

>I tried various programs for the same purpose and finally stumbled on Nero
>Wave Editor. It's the simplest, fastest tool I've found for splitting,
>joining, editing, and cleaning up files recorded on my AJBR20.
>
>I don't think it's available as a stand-alone, altho it is a separate
>program from Nero.
>
>Question: do you use an external mic for recording? Anybody know if the
>Archos mic would improve recordings like band rehearsals and gigs? Any
>other tips on how to get good quality recordings?
>
>
>Karl Tinsley wrote:
>>Hi all,
>>I use my AJBR20 to record band rehearsals and open mic shows I play at. I
>>had hoped to be able to cut/trim the 2-3 hour long recordings into smaller,
>>single song files using SoundForge or Cakewalk Pyro. Unfortunately, I can't
>>get either of those programs to open the files. I have tried several methods
>>of fixing the VBR headers, including doing it on the Archos and also on the
>>PC with VBRFix, MP3studio, and others.
>>Am I missing some setting on the Archos that lets you make editable
>>recordings? Using other MP3 trimming programs, I have been able to trim some
>>time off the very start of the files, but any other cuts end up in the wrong
>>place.
>>If I can't load AJBR files into SoundForge or Pyro, are there any other
>>programs that will let me cut/trim using a waveform view?
>>TIA,
>>Karl
>>
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