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Old 2005-11-30, 03:20 PM
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easy way to rip multiple files to single wav

hey, I'm looking for the fastest and easiest way to rip an audio cdr with multiple tracks to a single long wav. correct offsets aren't necessary for what I'm using it for and I already know how to do it with shntool/eac cue sheet.

thanks in advance for any help!
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Old 2005-11-30, 03:29 PM
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Re: easy way to rip multiple files to single wav

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hey, I'm looking for the fastest and easiest way to rip an audio cdr with multiple tracks to a single long wav. correct offsets aren't necessary for what I'm using it for and I already know how to do it with shntool/eac cue sheet.

thanks in advance for any help!
Don't mean to be redundant, but EAC in burst mode is about the fastest
rip I've found. Just use Action>Copy Range>Uncompressed. Accept the
defaults and away you go! One big long wav file. This is great for re-tracking
shows. In combination with Cool Edit Pro, you can automatically remove
gaps from discs burned TAO as well.
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Re: easy way to rip multiple files to single wav

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hey, I'm looking for the fastest and easiest way to rip an audio cdr with multiple tracks to a single long wav. correct offsets aren't necessary for what I'm using it for and I already know how to do it with shntool/eac cue sheet.

thanks in advance for any help!

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Old 2005-11-30, 04:45 PM
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Re: easy way to rip multiple files to single wav

thanks showtaper your EAC recommendation works perfectly

thanks also to mort and saltman for posting
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