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  • CFGuy
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    Originally posted by ITguyHS View Post
    You can do this with Audacity. Free download from https://www.audacityteam.org/

    Use the Generate => Silence tool to increase the silent space between the tracks. Then you can easily export the pieces as separate files. I just tried this with a FLAC file and it works fine.
    Forgot to follow up on this.
    I got audacity installed and it worked great. Now to find the time to start recording my old albums and cassette tapes.

    Thanks to both of you for the suggestions.

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  • DSteiNeuro
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    Take a look at dBpoweramp
    Not sure it does what you want but it is very powerful

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  • ITguyHS
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    You can do this with Audacity. Free download from https://www.audacityteam.org/

    Use the Generate => Silence tool to increase the silent space between the tracks. Then you can easily export the pieces as separate files. I just tried this with a FLAC file and it works fine.

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  • CFGuy
    started a topic FLAC File Editor

    FLAC File Editor

    I am working on copying my old records to cd, and then rip them to a FLAC file.
    Anybody know of a good editor that can split FLAC files? Occassionally, some of the songs don't have enough quiet between them to register a new track.
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