[ardour-users] Crossfade from song to song.
h.aling at home.nl
Fri Dec 30 05:01:34 PST 2005
Is there also a graphical TOC/wav burning frontend to CDRDAO other than
gcdmaster (which requires the bloated Gnome DE stuff)?
I run XFCE on Gentoo and don't have (and don't want to have) all 28(+)
Gnome dependencies installed...
> Ardour also supports exporting a cd-track markers file(toc) along with
> an audio file(wav), that is made for cdrdao/gcdmaster.
> Just place markers whare you want in the ardour session, make the
> markers CD markers, then export and check the button that gives you a
> toc file, and then open in gcdmaster...
> tor 2005-12-29 klockan 12:00 -0500 skrev Brett McCoy:
>> Mike Fisher wrote:
>> > Hi everybody. I'm finishing up an album here and I have a quick
>> > question. After the songs are individually mixed, I'm going to want
>> > make smooth crossfades from song to song and create nice little
>> > transitions as well. I want to do this so that when someone plays the
>> > disc there will be no breaks in between the tracks. nothing but pure
>> > audio and no silence.
>> > My first instinct is to export stereo files of the songs and then
>> > those songs into an "album" session in ardour. Make all the
>> > and whatnot with all the songs in one session and then export that to
>> > one huge file. Is this a bad idea, and if not how would I separate
>> > tracks but leave the transistions from song to song in tact?
>> cdrdao/gcdmaster will let you take large audio files and break them up
>> into tracks without gaps, great for breaking up live performances or for
>> doing things like concept albums where there aren't necessarily clean
>> breaks between songs (ala Rush, Pink Floyd, Yes, etc)
>> -- Brett
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