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    Hi
    i have recorded 2 live hours in mp3 320k
    I would like to find a software that let me create cue sheet point and export it

    In short i would like to create a cue sheet with all the songs

    I have goldwave 6 and audacity 3 ,and i know mp3 split but they don't support cue sheet

    would like to create it and maybe split the mp3 , it's around 400Mb
    any help ?

    thanks
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    Originally Posted by rama View Post
    Hi

    any help ?

    thanks
    Yes just search the internet. For example
    https://www.mymusictools.com/articles/how-do-i-create-a-cue-sheet.htm
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    Originally Posted by davexnet View Post
    Originally Posted by rama View Post
    Hi

    any help ?

    thanks
    Yes just search the internet. For example
    https://www.mymusictools.com/articles/how-do-i-create-a-cue-sheet.htm
    Hi
    but it does cost 60 , i thought that i can do it with goldwave or audacity and maybe with a free tool
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    Creating a .cue file is easy.
    Splitting the recording of a live show into independent (MP3) files is what doesn't make much sense to me.

    Just as an example, below is the .cue file that I created for the multichannel edition of Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side Of The Moon" eight years ago...
    You would just have to edit the details according to your needs.

    Code:
    PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
    TITLE "The Dark Side Of The Moon"
    FILE "DSOTM-4.1-48kHz-1510kbps.dts" WAVE
      TRACK 01 AUDIO
        TITLE "Speak To Me"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 00:00:00
      TRACK 02 AUDIO
        TITLE "Breathe"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 01:12:00
      TRACK 03 AUDIO
        TITLE "On The Run"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 03:57:00
      TRACK 04 AUDIO
        TITLE "Time"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 07:40:00
      TRACK 05 AUDIO
        TITLE "The Great Gig In The Sky"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 14:36:00
      TRACK 06 AUDIO
        TITLE "Money"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 19:27:00
      TRACK 07 AUDIO
        TITLE "Us And Them"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 26:10:00
      TRACK 08 AUDIO
        TITLE "Any Colour You Like"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 33:45:00
      TRACK 09 AUDIO
        TITLE "Brain Damage"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 37:11:00
      TRACK 10 AUDIO
        TITLE "Eclipse"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 41:03:00
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    Originally Posted by El Heggunte View Post
    Creating a .cue file is easy.
    Splitting the recording of a live show into independent (MP3) files is what doesn't make much sense to me.

    Just as an example, below is the .cue file that I created for the multichannel edition of Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side Of The Moon" eight years ago...
    You would just have to edit the details according to your needs.

    Code:
    PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
    TITLE "The Dark Side Of The Moon"
    FILE "DSOTM-4.1-48kHz-1510kbps.dts" WAVE
      TRACK 01 AUDIO
        TITLE "Speak To Me"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 00:00:00
      TRACK 02 AUDIO
        TITLE "Breathe"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 01:12:00
      TRACK 03 AUDIO
        TITLE "On The Run"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 03:57:00
      TRACK 04 AUDIO
        TITLE "Time"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 07:40:00
      TRACK 05 AUDIO
        TITLE "The Great Gig In The Sky"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 14:36:00
      TRACK 06 AUDIO
        TITLE "Money"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 19:27:00
      TRACK 07 AUDIO
        TITLE "Us And Them"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 26:10:00
      TRACK 08 AUDIO
        TITLE "Any Colour You Like"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 33:45:00
      TRACK 09 AUDIO
        TITLE "Brain Damage"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 37:11:00
      TRACK 10 AUDIO
        TITLE "Eclipse"
        PERFORMER "Pink Floyd"
        INDEX 01 41:03:00
    hi
    Splitting the recording of a live show into independent (MP3) files is what doesn't make much sense to me.
    i would like to burn it ,that's all , i know the name of the songs

    below is the .cue file that I created for the multichannel edition of Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side Of The Moon" eight years ago...
    may I know were you able to burn your multichannel cd/dvd ?
    thanks
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    Originally Posted by rama View Post
    hi

    i would like to burn it ,that's all , i know the name of the songs
    Record to an Audio CD?
    You can do that without splitting the original MP3. Any decent optical-disc burner will generate the tracks specified in the cue sheet, even if the source is a single audio file
    (.WAV, .FLAC, .MP3, whatever).

    may I know were you able to burn your multichannel cd/dvd ?
    Nope, because my goal was just to play the album on a PC with foobar2000.
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    2 hours do not fit on a standard AudioCD.


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    Originally Posted by ProWo View Post
    Hi
    Seems very cool program
    I guess it's what I need
    thanks ProWo
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