Recorded a live set using
Mac OSX 10.7.5
Recorded with Audacity 1.3.14-beta (didn’t realise it was so out of date but bear with me here)
I think I forgot to hit save or deleted the project file, so all I’ve got is the .au files. All the data is there. I have used Automator to rename it sequentially so that the Audacity Recovery Tool can stitch it back together.
However, whenever I specify the folder the data is in, it says:
The given path “/Users/Me/Desktop/humandrizzle_data/f/Part 1” does not contain any audio files that could be recovered."
Now, I’ve split the files up into ‘Parts’ so that the folder size does not exceed 1GB. There are 600 files in this folder at 1.1MB each, so 660MB. The files are all fine by the looks/sounds of it. But no luck. I tried the PC tool on a friend’s PC and had the same problem.
Anyone out there fancy trying to help me? Could I send someone my data via WeTransfer and see if they could try and get it stitched back together? Tried everything I can find online…
Please read again my previous post which explains the numbering scheme that is required. The first file must be “b001.au” (if you choose b as a prefix and have up to 999 files), but your first file name is actually “b1.au”.
All the file names following “b001.au” must run in sequence with the same number of letters and numbers (in this case a three-digit number base). So the files after b001.au must be: