Steve, you have lost me. I do not know Jim's approach, which is part of my
problem. To clarify, do you have a bunch of songs that you want to export
as separate files? Are they all on one track or multiple tracks? Having
had a quick play, I cannot find a way of exporting multiple clips. I use
labels for this process and it works very well. You can put a label at the
beginning of each song, although I prefer to select the entire song and
apply the label. I give the label the name of the song, preceded by the
Let me know if I am barking up the wrong tree in terms of what you are
trying to do.
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Sent: Tuesday, 14 July 2020 11:31 AM
Subject: [audacity4blind] Track Splitting Nightmares
Hello All, I have an album recorded on one track. Three years ago I
digitized about 30 cassettes with version 2.1.3 using the clip boundries
method presented by Jim g. It worked great for me. I'm now working with
windows 10, version 2.4.2 and am having all kinds of trouble. After
splitting all the tracks and naming them I use Export Multiple and all seems
to go well. Then wen I go to play the tracks the first one plays perfectly.
Then each consecutive track has a long period of silence before playing the
music. It seems that that period of silence increases with each track. It's
getting quite frustrating. For the split I start out with the first track
selected. I hit Control A then start the play. At the end of the track I
hit left bracket then the space bar. I then go to the edit menue and do the
new split. I hit enter to unselect the track and move to the next and
follow this to the end. I've done the same thing using X to mark the split
point. Both ways produce the same result. I think something must be going
haywire in the export process. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.