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domani_studios
Merging audio files...software needed
on Sep 7, 2007 at 3:18:37 pm

Greetings,
I have a peculiar problem. I am working on a website where the user can record a song based off of 6 foundation tracks. Each track has 7 complimentary tracks the user can add to the foundation track...so the amount of output files needed is well over 200,000. I have all the source audio files, but was wondering if there is any software that will merge all the audio files together, saving me some time and sanity. Any sort of audio-combination-file merge software you can think of? Am I doomed to do all of this by hand?

Any resources would be greatly appreciated.

-francisco


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Rob Brambila
Re: Merging audio files...software needed
on Sep 12, 2007 at 4:14:30 pm

You might try to combine the files into one folder as a pack and then compress into a .zip file then the user can download all at once. There is not really any audio merge software other than compression software.

Thanks,

Rob Brambila

System Engineer
Promax Systems
rob.brambila@promax.com
http://www.promax.com


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jonny H
Re: Merging audio files...software needed
on Sep 19, 2007 at 12:45:18 pm

That sounds like a dificult task. I know that Sony's sound Forge does batch conversions but it will still need to know which to merge with what. If you have all the combinations in excel or something you might be in luck as you can write scripts for Sound forge.

Will any of the parts need balcancing or are all of them the right volume to mix with all the other combinations?

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jonny H
Re: Merging audio files...software needed
on Sep 19, 2007 at 12:45:19 pm

That sounds like a dificult task. I know that Sony's sound Forge does batch conversions but it will still need to know which to merge with what. If you have all the combinations in excel or something you might be in luck as you can write scripts for Sound forge.

Will any of the parts need balcancing or are all of them the right volume to mix with all the other combinations?

website: http://www.whitebeetle.com
rss feed: http://www.whitebeetle.com/rss.php
blog: http://whitebeetle.blogspot.com
other website: http://www.johnmilner.co.uk


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