• Hi Guest: Welcome to TRIBE, the online home of TRIBE MAGAZINE. If you'd like to post here, or reply to existing posts on TRIBE, you first have to register. Join us!

Cutting mixes into tracks.

circle

TRIBE Member
I know there was a thread sometime ago bout this, but I couldn't find it.

Anyway, I just finished a cd last night and I wanna split up the mix into tracks. What's the best and easiest program to use for this task?

Thanks in advance.
 
Cannabis Seed Wedding Bands

Bass-Invader

TRIBE Member
this reminds me, does anyone have a copy of tiesto live at energy 2000?
ive been itching to listen to it again.

and yes, it is trance, fuckoff.
 
tribe cannabis accessories silver grinders

deep

TRIBE Member
easiest way to do it would be to make a cue file for the mix

then when you burn use the cue file and it will put in the track markers for you
 

circle

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by deep
easiest way to do it would be to make a cue file for the mix

then when you burn use the cue file and it will put in the track markers for you

I heard about this method... How do you do it?
 

Bass-Invader

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by deep
^
that was a great set

i know! i seeded my residence with that set after i got it off jaycee.cz. EVERYONE had it after like a month via the residence network share.

now i accidently deleted it last year. faack.
 
tribe cannabis accessories silver grinders

case sensitive

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by deep
^
that was a great set

Agreed! My buddy was telling me he downloaded it the other day and it reminded me of how good it was/is. Now a long time ago on this board there was discussion of the "art of MCing" or some thing like that. In that thread serveral people cut up the MCing on that recording calling it disgraceful.

However, I think it adds a lot of character to the music. The MC knows the tracks really well, knows when to shut up and when to let the vocal cords loose and accentuate a build-up.

Opinions from anyone who is familiar with the mix?

matt
 

deep

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Bass-Invader
i know! i seeded my residence with that set after i got it off jaycee.cz. EVERYONE had it after like a month via the residence network share.

now i accidently deleted it last year. faack.

it should be readily available on soulseek...i don't have a copy anymo
 
tribe cannabis accessories silver grinders

Eclectic

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by deep
i hear google lets you search for information these days

:p
jason_mewes2.jpg

"What the fuck is the internet?"
 

KillaLadY

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by deep
easiest way to do it would be to make a cue file for the mix

then when you burn use the cue file and it will put in the track markers for you
haha Kenny loved to tutor me on that one. ;)
 
tribe cannabis accessories silver grinders

deep

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by case sensitive
Agreed! My buddy was telling me he downloaded it the other day and it reminded me of how good it was/is. Now a long time ago on this board there was discussion of the "art of MCing" or some thing like that. In that thread serveral people cut up the MCing on that recording calling it disgraceful.

However, I think it adds a lot of character to the music. The MC knows the tracks really well, knows when to shut up and when to let the vocal cords loose and accentuate a build-up.

Opinions from anyone who is familiar with the mix?

matt

from what I recall, I remember being quite annoyed with the MC...I hate mc's generally, but the norse ones with their strange versions of the english language are weird...and I do remember thinking he was talking or plugging club nights at inopportune times
 

zoo

TRIBE Member
the hardest way is probably wavelab or soundforge

the second hardest way is making a .cue file

the easiest way is using MP3 TRACK MAKER

------------------------------------------------------------------

the best way is using .cue files
 

Casper

TRIBE Member
it's funny that i listened to that set so many times that when i'd hear one of the tracks with the MC played at a club, i was anticipating hearing the MC. when i didn't, i'd be all confused, this happened a few times,
peace
 
tribe cannabis accessories silver grinders
Top