Removing Spaces or Gaps between Tracks 2018-03-22 00:33:26 Brand new to the forum and although I read the caveats about not tossing all questions here, I really don't know where else it would go...I belong to several music forums and download a fair amount of music. I've been using an audio editing tool called Wave Editor for years and have been quite happy with it, aside from the following:Some recordings I've downloaded have tracks that blend from one to another. On some (but not all) recordings of this sort there is an audible space or gap between those tracks when I play the folder using WinAmp or WMPlayer. The gap might be little more than .25 seconds at the beginning and/or end of the track. If I burn the recording to a CD, those 'spaces' ruin the flow of the music.When I edit these recording with Wave Editor I can remove those spaces, but as soon as I save the edited track I can see its length revert to its pre-edited length. I can combine the tracks, remove the spaces and save the combined track, which then plays perfectly on WinAmp, WMPlayer and when burnt to a CD. Of course this removes the ability to hop from one track to another, no big deal unless I'm playing it through my car's CD player. The same problem occurs if I copy the music folder to a USB stick.Strangely enough, if I use another editor - Audacity (which I find somewhat cumbersome) I can remove those spaces, save the track and all is good. No gaps on any playback. But if re-edit the track with Wave Editor, say removing an unfortunate bit of yodeling somewhere in the middle of the song, and save it, the gaps are back.Can anybody explain any of this?