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Audiofile engineering

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Hi there,

are there ways, existing programs, algortihmns and what not to engineer with audio files? Like splitting them into pieces depending on an inpirt start and a given interval?

Thank you!

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Hi there,

are there ways, existing programs, algortihmns and what not to engineer with audio files? Like splitting them into pieces depending on an inpirt start and a given interval?

Thank you!

The open source audio program Audacity will certainly get the job done. As for scripting it, it interprets LISP and NYQUIST, and I guess AutoIt could script the GUI interface (haven't tried it though).

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That is true, thank you, but I want to split the audio file using AutoIt. :)

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There is a program called Sox at Sourceforge which is a command line audio authoring tool:

http://sox.sourceforge.net/

You can probably trim files to your needs with this.

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