From an audio-cd into Ardour
mikeh789 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 9 15:14:35 UTC 2011
2011/4/9 Pablo Fernández <pablo.fbus at gmail.com>
> El 09/04/11 11:55, Erik Rasmussen escribió:
> If Ardour can import audio directly from an Audio CD, I'd love to know
> how, (because I have not seen such a feature in Ardour yet).
> *EXTRACT AUDIO WITH SOUND JUICER...*
> When extracting audio from an Audio CD, I like to use *Sound Juicer*.
> It is available in the Ubuntu Software Center, calling it *Audio CD
> *EXTRACT AUDIO AS FLAC...*
> I prefer to store high quality audio files in the lossless FLAC format,
> which Sound Juicer supports.
> Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) takes up much less space than the original
> WAVE file, but is lossless, (so it is just as good as the original WAVE
> Ardour 2.8.6 supports both IMPORT and EXPORT of FLAC files, so then you're
> all set to use your newly created FLAC files in Ardour.
> Hope that helps!
> On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 04:35, Giuliano Braglia <forevergyl at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hello Community!
>> Just asking your opinion about the best way to do it. That's the
>> I've got this CD from which I want to extract a track (or more) into
>> Ardour in order to modify it (maybe sing on it or other)
>> Do I have to extract it in wave format before? And if so, what's the
>> best way to extract it in the best quality possible?
>> Otherwise, is there a way to "put" it directly into Ardour?
>> also, remember that the CD audio is 16bit 44.1, so thats really the
highest quality you can extract from the source, and i personally think that
is plenty... you can extract at 16bit 44.1, and then import the audio into
an ardour session that is at a higher resolution if you need, but, if you
are taking a track from CD and the final destination is also CD, then i
think its a good idea to just keep the session at 16bit 44.1 for the entire
process (whatever that process is)... really just depends on the job you are
doing i suppose... this doesnt really matter as much, but i also extract
CD's to 16bit 44.1 .wav files, because thats probably what they are/were
going to the CD, but any lossless format at that quality should be fine, and
FLAC is a smaller file size, so, why not? right?...
PS i am +1 on soundjuicer, great application
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> Another option is playing the CD with a jack-aware audio player and route
> its outputs to an ardour stereo track inputs, so you can record the CD in
> ardour as it plays.
> You can use VLC, mplayer, rhythmbox... once you have made them use the jack
> audio output plugin.
> Cheers! Pablo
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