I meant to write make sure your markers AREN'T doubled up (this happens, for instance if you mark
two ends of a section, select it and then delete it, or if you paste in a marked section at the
junction of another marked section)!
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From: "Tom Fine" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, December 14, 2015 8:12 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] separating tracks using Sound Forge 9 or 11.
> Two ways to do this:
> 1. during recording, at the times between songs, hit the M key, which puts a marker in the file.
> After doing all your processing, delete the green region (should be one region for the file). Put
> the cursor at the very beginning of the file. Hit the M key, put a marker there. Do the same at
> the very end of the file. Make sure none of your markers are doubled up (one way to do this is
> save the file, then make sure all the marker numbers are sequential). SPECIAL menu > Regions List>
> Markers to Regions. You will now end up with green region marks around each cut from the cassette
> side. TOOLS menu > Extract Regions. Do the dialog box right, and it will save each region as a
> separate file.
> 2. if you haven't marked off the "silence" between cuts (there is no silence on a cassette), then
> do so after you've processed and saved the file. From there, follow above to delete the original
> file-sized region, insert markers at the head and tail, convert markers to regions and extract
> If you want to get fancy, right-click the region numbers and choose RENAME to put in the actual
> track name. The extracted files will now be saved under those names. I name these with the track
> number, ie 01-Start Me Up, so the resulting file would be 01-Start Me Up.wav.
> -- Tom Fine
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "James Roth" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, December 14, 2015 11:31 AM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] separating tracks using Sound Forge 9 or 11.
> Greetings all
> Does anyone out there use Sound Forge?
> I have to digitalize many cassettes and LPs.
> When they're finished copying, I'll need to separate the individual tracks so I can make a CD
> where you can choose which individual track you want to hear.
> Right now, I do it manually (highlight, cut, paste and save).
> Is there a feature which will do it all automatically by sensing a moment of pure silence and
> cutting and pasting automatically?
> That would surely be an enormous time saver for me.
> Can anyone help me there?
> Ben Roth
> Recorded Sound Archives
> Florida Atlantic University