At 07:33 AM 6/3/2005 -0400, you wrote:
>Thanks to Richard Hess and Damien Moody, and thanks for replies in two
>related threads. Sorry for the stupid e-mail address with the ficticious
>The quest comes down to a few more specific questions.
>Recording directly to computer
>1. "Use a computer, spend 5 minutes dropping track marks, ... total 10
>minutes." Inserting track marks can be tedious if it involves cutting and
>pasting. (Also slow and may require a lot of memory, fast computer, and/or
>lots of disk swapping.) Is there a way to do this with software, with a
>press of a button?
>2. What software will do this conveniently? Do I need a whole 1 GB to
>handle this conveniently if I record a whole side on one track?
Take a look at CDWAV ( http://www.cdwave.com/ ). A small, quick Windows
program to split tracks either as separate WAVs or by generating a CUE
sheet. Disclaimer; the author is a friend and I hosted the program until he
registered his own domain.
One virtue is that you can use the autosplit function, then refine the
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