First of all, please let me tell that I love Audacity, this software’s doing great job !
I often record stream music, for example when I’m listening to Deezer.
Recording goes well, then I run Analyze → Silence finder before doing Multiple Export and finally, with MusicBrainz Picard, I try to automatically recognize and rename my audio files into proper actual track names.
Problems are :
- Silence finder is not that convenient as it often “finds” silence that are simply pauses inside a track. Increasing the delay parameter won’t help, as the actual pause between two tracks is often no more than one second.
- In the end several tracks are splited into multiples bribes and then MusicBrainz can’t recognize anything.
I’d like to know if some of you have more experience about this : how do YOU do, practically ?
Is there any way to do a whole “find silence and analyze tracks” in the same time ? This way, Audacity could get rid of false silences by recognizing tracks inside the one big audio record.