From: David Sky <davidsky@vc...> - 2005-03-06 03:25:33
During the past almost 1 year since I've been using Audacity, there have
been several requests for plug-ins to remove extended periods of silence
in such things as lectures. I haven't read anything (so far) in the
how to accomplish such a thing. I _suspect_ such a thing could be
accomplished by first applying something like a noise gate... but then,
how do I use nyquist to find an extended (pre-defined) period of zero
amplitude signal and then delete it?
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Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2005 15:25:30 +1300
From: Rob Wilkinson <robwilkinson@...>
Subject: [Audacity-users] Re: How to find gaps within an audio clip
There is a very useful note about Tracksplit2 associated with the pages
describing GramoFile v 1.4.
It may be what you are looking for.
Go to: http://panic.et.tudelft.nl/%7Ecostar/gramofile/
NB there is a Debian package of Gramofile v6 at:
Gramofile also has some neat filters for dealing with impulse noise.
> Re: How to find gaps within an audio clip
> 2005-03-02 10:48
> This has been a fairly frequent question on the Audacity-users list,
> had no idea how to do such a thing either. David
> On Wed, 2 Mar 2005, Mad Robot wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Can anyone direct me to some code / psuedo-code that would allow me
> mark the
> > spaces (or gaps) within an audio clip.
> > I tried manipulating the "beat finder" code to no avail.
> > My intended purpose is to compress audio by removing long gaps of
> > Thanks,
> > md.