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help in soundforge

Hipsterave

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OK heres the deal. I just spun a mix of my favorite 30 breaks tracks of the year in soundforge. how do i make marks to show where one track starts and the next begins without saving 30 files?

If anyone has a place to store it I have it stored in wav or realplayer format. If you tell me how Ill upload it.
peace
Farbs
 

beaker

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cursor to where you want to split tracks and hit M to place a marker. make sure you have a marker at the very beginning and very end of the file. then hit special - regions list - markers to regions. then tools - extract regions will output 30 different files which you can then burn to cd.

i don't have any hosting space but i'd love to hear it when it's done. :)
 

SENSEi

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Originally posted by beaker
cursor to where you want to split tracks and hit M to place a marker. make sure you have a marker at the very beginning and very end of the file. then hit special - regions list - markers to regions. then tools - extract regions will output 30 different files which you can then burn to cd.

i don't have any hosting space but i'd love to hear it when it's done. :)
What version is that available in?
 

sputnik

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If you have CD Architect, you can simply insert track markers before you burn the single large file to cd.

Cheers,
paul
 
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Hipsterave

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ok so I did all that and it went fine. Then I opened it in easy cd creator and checked the preview on the big file. when I hit skip it went to the next track so I assumed everything was fine, then I burned it and it all came as one track!! What happened?
 

beaker

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did it save 30 separate files out of soundforge? if you made it that far, then it must have been some setting in easy cd creator. maybe there's an option to burn it all as one track, i'm not sure...

what do you mean by preview on the big file?
 

debunct

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if i want to squash the base sound a bit in a recording should I be using the EQ adjuster?

any help would be great.
 

Deus

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Originally posted by debunct
if i want to squash the base sound a bit in a recording should I be using the EQ adjuster?

any help would be great.
What do you mean by squash?
 
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vench

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Originally posted by sputnik
If you have CD Architect, you can simply insert track markers before you burn the single large file to cd.

Cheers,
paul
this man is right.

I have a copy of this if you want it.

it's perfect for track marking mix cd's.
 

SENSEi

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So now people are saying that this technique can result in glitches or minute gaps when you slice a mix then burn it if the regions aren't an exact size.

I remember reading that here recently but can't find the reference.

My question is, when I create the markers and convert to regions, Soundforge usually tells me there's an invalid region and fixes it automatically. Will this prevent me from having minute gaps between tracks when buring a mix using disc-at-once in NERO with the 2 second gaps removed or is it important to slice at specific intervals in the main file?
 
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