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At 03:42 PM 1/15/2003 -0500, James L Wolf wrote:
>I use Soundforge to split up tracks. WavLab is also good for this. You
>just drop the markers, then cut and paste your tracks. I've never had a
>problem with it. The inability to do this is CoolEdit is one its biggest
>drawbacks. Usually I'll do all my sound processing in CoolEdit and then
>do the final track splitting in Soundforge.

A simple and inexpensive program (uncrippled shareware with a $10 request)
is CDWAV. It is essentially limited to capturing audio and splitting the
track, at your option generating a CUE sheet or creating separate WAV
files. It is linked from the URL page at my WWW site.


Mike
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