Auto-slice/batch process app?

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Sanchez
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Auto-slice/batch process app?

Post by Sanchez » 02 Feb 2011, 04:15

I'm looking for a means to auto-slice 15 min files of spoken sentences and single words (there are silent gaps between each word/sentence), leaving a pre-defined space pre-/post- each slice. Also want to then batch process some eq/comp/normalise. I know AudioFinder can potentially do the auto-slice, but obviously if one app can cover all the tasks that's preferable. I've been looking on some forums for suggestions but nothing yet. What would you suggest?

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Re: Auto-slice/batch process app?

Post by Falk » 02 Feb 2011, 08:25

You can use 'Strip silence' if you have Logic. Then you will be left with a bunch of regions you can turn into audiofiles.

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Re: Auto-slice/batch process app?

Post by Loopy C » 02 Feb 2011, 10:14

Off the top of my head (if Audio Finder is not enough for the batch processing aspect), then take a look at:

Audiofile Engineering 'Sample Manager' (Audiofile has a forum here on Mac OSX Audio for any questions):

http://www.audiofile-engineering.com/samplemanager/

Forum here:

http://www.macosxaudio.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=30


Monkey Tools 'Sound Grinder Pro':

http://www.monkey-tools.com/soundgrinderpro/


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Re: Auto-slice/batch process app?

Post by dauntless » 14 Feb 2011, 01:12

Wavelab can do this as well. from about 5 onwards I think.
its a feature called Autosplit. I use it all the time when I can't be as*ed to chop up samples from films or whatever.
Wavelab also is now available for the MAC as well. Joy!

hope that helps.

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