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Neromix - what can it do?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by chris_h, May 3, 2005.

  1. chris_h

    chris_h
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    I am looking to do the following things in particular:

    - record analogue audio onto PC and then burn to CD
    - record sections of 2 hour radio shows i have downloaded onto CD (i was told that nero express cannot cope with this and does not allow you to choose a segment)
    - clip the first second or 2 of a file where it is blank so that music starts on the first beat (i dj and this makes things less hassle!)

    i realise the 2nd and 3rd points are basically the same but the 3rd point requires more accurate "clipping".

    Before I get it, can neromix do all these things?? Or can someone recommend another package (and where i would find it)?
     
  2. Cheenis

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    Audacity is a free download that will allow you to customise the audio file; i.e., trim the file, change the speed, pitch, volume, all that kinda malarkey. It's pretty reasonable if you are looking for the free option. I've not had to do the first two bits, thus I don't know I'm afraid. Having said that, I reckon you can record an input using audacity and the second just sounds like a format issue - convert it and then you can burn it using nero.
     

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