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Split 32bit wavepack file using .cue file

Hello guys, I have 32bit 192KHz vinyl rip in wavepack format. I have the .cue file. Which software can split it without losing quality or something??

Re: Split 32bit wavepack file using .cue file

Reply #1
I wonder why you ripped vinyl to 192 kHz ...
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Not my rip





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Reply #3
I've never used WavePack but I just did some quick experiments and Audacity can open & edit WavePack if you install the optional FFmpeg Import/Export library. 

It doesn't seem possible to export as 32-bit WavPack from Audacity (I got 16-bits and I don't see a way to change it) but you can export as 32-bit WAV (floating-point or integer) and then convert to WavPack with TAudioConverter (if you want to keep WavePack).

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refalac can, if you put the wavpackdll.dll in the same folder. Use -D to get .wav rather than .m4a
It can also decode FLAC files and - if you use the 32-bit version - TAK.
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