From: Mark Traynor <marcust_6@ho...> - 2004-02-20 07:46:49
>I am going to record some original voice material on a stand-alone
>Philips CD burner, then take the disk and rip it to my PC. I would
>like to rip the CD contents to a 22KHz, not the standard 44KHz, WAV
>Does anyone know how to do this in Audacity, or any other software?
Use CDEX (freeware) to rip (www.cdex.n3.net), then import into Audacity, and
export at 22kHz!
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On Friday 20 February 2004 08:39, Mark Traynor wrote:
> Use CDEX (freeware) to rip (www.cdex.n3.net), then import into Audacity,
> and export at 22kHz!
not cross platform .
he did not specify his OS ...
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From: Rob <sourceforge-raindog2@ku...> - 2004-02-23 12:35:33
On Monday 23 February 2004 04:32, Rakotmandimby Mihamina wrote:
> On Friday 20 February 2004 08:39, Mark Traynor wrote:
> > Use CDEX (freeware) to rip (www.cdex.n3.net), then import
> > into Audacity, and export at 22kHz!
> not cross platform .
> he did not specify his OS ...
Well, you'd use grip or Ripper X or something under Linux, and
obviously Mac guys do their own thing too, but once you've got
the WAV file on disk the procedure in Audacity is the same...
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