Jul 20, 2023

Interactively select and save sections of an audio file

soundgrab is designed to help you slice up a big long raw audio file by default 44.1 kHz 2 channel signed sixteen bit little endian and save your favorite sections to other files. It does this by providing you with a cassette player like command line interface. Commands like ff , rw , jump can be used while the volume is being played or while it is stopped to move the player head around. The commands mark and name allow you to give names to sections between the mark and the current position of the player head like emacs mark and point concept, and the export command exports the named sections to other files in wav, cdr CD mastering, or raw format or ogg or flac format if the appropriate encoder binaries are found on your system.

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