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  • southisup
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Creating gapless audio CD from recording with Audacity & Burrn.
Using Audacity 1.3.11-beta, I've recorded just under 18 minutes of audio (party speeches, guitar & singing) off a cassette. I've edited out a few microphone clunks, & done noise removal. It clips slightly in a few places, but those points sound no worse than much of the rest, & the result is good enough considering the poor quality original.

I added a few samples of silence to the end to make it an exact multiple of 588. I've labeled 10 contiguous tracks, with boundaries snapped to CDDA frames.

I've exported a 16 bit 44100Hz WAV, & the labels.

I'd like to create a CUE to use in Burrrn to create a gapless, indexed audio CD with CD-Text. Are there any tools which will convert Audacity's labels.txt export into a CUE, or will I have to make one by hand in a text editor?

Also, have I done anything daft?


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  • Last Edit: 27 February, 2010, 12:15:47 AM by southisup

  • southisup
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Creating gapless audio CD from recording with Audacity & Burrn.
Reply #1
I used Label2Cue. I missed it when searching before.