help with sorting a load of tracks into 1 seamless track

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  1. MistaNoize

    MistaNoize Mistanoize.com

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    right ive got 31 tracks... its my set from the last raveology


    the set was in a zip folder what's the best way to link them into 1 seamless track


    there seems to be gaps in-between the tracks when i play them on i tunes

    i havent got any blank cds here at the moment:twisted:.. i was gonna try burn them on the cd.... then just put it in a cd deck and play the set recording into audacity or something...

    but if its got the gaps between tracks, that's no good


    help
     
  2. MistaNoize

    MistaNoize Mistanoize.com

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    who ever helps gets the set 1st
     
  3. T:M

    T:M Dusty Techno Workout

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    If it was mixed to begin with and just has breaks in it, why not just load all the tracks into audacity and bond them into one file that way?

    I'm almost positive that you are going to end up with quality-loss if you press it to CD then record it again.
     
  4. Riisu

    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    Stick the files in sequential order into audacity/cool edit whatever with no space between and bounce down as one big file.

    Job done.
     
  5. MistaNoize

    MistaNoize Mistanoize.com

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    gonna be a really time consuming ..... wish i could hire some russian midgets for this
     
  6. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    Thats the only though unfortunately Noize.

    Send me the mp3 files and I'll do it for you now if you want?

    I've got fuck all to do until I finish work at 4:30
     
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    T:M Dusty Techno Workout

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    More time consuming then re-recording it?
     
  8. MistaNoize

    MistaNoize Mistanoize.com

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    you are a legend... will you make it really crisp and tight? like the russians

    check your inbox
     
  9. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    Oh aye lad!
     
  10. MistaNoize

    MistaNoize Mistanoize.com

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    u get it bro?
     
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    dnbkingz bollocks

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    You better post this up.
    Otherwise a small town in Kent dissapears.
     
  13. DJ_NoZ

    DJ_NoZ Rum & Ass

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    You should check the settings on your iTunes mate. Sometimes it sets itself to have a certain time between song playback.
     
  14. MistaNoize

    MistaNoize Mistanoize.com

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    all sorted, managed to get a hold of the actual cd and sorted it from there........

    check mix section