Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'tracks'.
Found 3 results
I am trying to create an MP3 CD. This is not my first MP3 CD. However, this one is a little different because it is for musical accompaniment for prison ministry so we need all the songs on the same CD. When I initially tried placing all the songs the total length was about 5MB too long. So I first tried checking the overburn option, but the tracks were not marked correctly. When skipping to the track I want, it would be in the middle of another song. So then I tired making several of the longest songs smaller by using Switch to decrease the KBPS. I unchecked the overburn box and reburned. It had the same result exactly. The tracks were marked incorrectly in the exact same place as before. And it doesn't seem to matter what I do anymore the tracks are no longer correct. I have tried a number of things. I actually think it is the files somehow. I tried burning different music files and they work fine. I tried burning fewer of the files and the tracks are still off. I then noticed that the bit rate of the other files were 128kbps and the ones that are off was 256kbps. So I uses Switch to convert all of them to 128kbps. But this still did not fix the tracking issue. Does anyone know how to fix this?
Hi, folks. Brand new to Mix and Wave both; trying to assist a friend who is less familiar with audio editing. From all I can determine, though I can't find it mentioned anywhere, it is impossible in Mixpad to paste, for example, a 5-second selection into a 1-second space between two clips on a track and have the second automatically move down the track. In video eidting, this is called rippling, and it appears to be the default function in WavePad, as it is in Audacity. If I'm wrong, please tell me what I'm missing. If I am right, perhaps someone might suggest the most efficient way to use the two applications in assembling a narrative about piece of music, in which the voice and musical selections alternate, i.e, he talks about the music, plays an ilustrative selection, then speaks again, etc. I had suggested that he record the entire narration (which is extemporaneous, not read from script), review and drop-in additional/replacement sentences; make his selection clips from the whole piece (often 10-30 seconds each from a half-hour piece), and then insert them. I thought it to be easier to place each on a track in MixPad, but since clips don't move down upon insertions... Any suggestions? Stick entirely with WavePad? Thanks.