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A way to tell in advance of conditions under which auto-split won't work. When you place your record on the

 

turntable count the number of separated "cuts" and compare this to the number of tunes listed on the record

 

jacket (or record label). If they don't match, you may find that the record maker has combined related tunes

 

into a single cut. An example is a listing:

A James Bond Suite:

James Bond Theme from "Dr. No"

From Russia With Love

Goldfinger

 

Counting the cut separations, It came clear that the "Suite" of three songs was all contained in one cut. I

 

could then label the resulting file as "James Bond Movie Themes", however if I want the songs separated by

 

individual title auto-split should be turned off prior to the recording session, and the three songs manually

 

split into separate files.

 

Counting the "cuts" allows you to pre-plan your recording session strategy and avoid wasting the time you

 

might otherwise spend in post-session editing.

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