Anyone know a good sound record program that will.....

HamHam

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record 2 hours of sound through the input of my soundcard and allow me to break it up into tracks?


thx
 

HarveyFish

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Any audio recording program will allow you to capture as much audio as your hard drive and operating system will allow. I say operating system because IIRC any of the FAT-derived file systems have a 2-gig file size limit.

Now, standard CD-quality WAV files shouldn't get too close to that 2-gig barrier if there indeed is one.

As far as editing those WAV files to tracks, anything like Cool Edit or Gold Wave would do the job for you there.
 

Cyph3r

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Check out Goldwave, Cooledit..these are a couple that I know will do it. I believe both are available as shareware. Goldwave is less restrictive than Cooledit in it's shareware mode. I don't believe either of them are outrageously expensive to register..Regards