Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Editing files recorded on AJBR20
Re: Editing files recorded on AJBR20
From: DaveP <dave_pap_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2004 23:15:07 -0500
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
> 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?
Received on 2004-02-24