[LAU] Scripts for basic audio processing

Lars Luthman lars.luthman at gmail.com
Mon Jun 9 10:33:28 EDT 2008

On Mon, 2008-06-09 at 10:27 -0400, Christopher Stamper wrote:
> I need a way to automate some basic audio processing.
> For example, I have a wave audio file of about 80-90 minutes that
> needs to be written to a CD in audio-cd format as quickly as possible.
> It's speech, and needs to be available immediately. The file should be
> split into tracks before writing, though. And, depending on the
> length, it may also need to be either trimmed or time-'compressed' to
> fit on an regular cdr.
> I'd like to be able to do this with something like audacity, since it
> may need to run on windows. But if something exists good enough for
> Ubuntu Studio, I may run a VM(Windows is required as host-OS).
> So is there a way to do it easily? It would be excellent if the output
> could be a cd-ready iso, but individual wav-files would be fine to.

Load it in audacity, do the editing you want and split into tracks, then
"Export multiple" to get all tracks as separate audio files in a
directory. There should be tools that burn a directory of audio files as
tracks on an audio CD on all platforms.

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