What I want is a shortcut of audacity which has a code that I can drop any audio track on and puts the speed adjustment effect on it. (not the tempo effect)
A batchfile which I can put in the directory and output for all the files in that specific folder. (With the same effect)
Does anybody knows how to do this?
With kind regards.
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Be careful if you have mp3’s and WAV’s with the same file name.
If you have a file: bladebla.mp3 and a file bladebla.wav and the chain tries to export them both, you will have a file name conflict - I’ve not tested but I’d not be surprised if the first one to be processed was overwritten by the second.
I’m butting in here with a question just out of curiosity: how would a chain handle the “File already exists, do you want to over-write” dialogue box that would occur when running under Windows and trying to save using a filename that is already present in the destination folder? My understanding (probably flawed) is that chains are built of unconditional logic only, or am I wrong?
Did you try it?
On Linux, files with the same name are overwritten without error or confirmation (which is probably more useful than stalling an unattended batch processing job). I presume that the behaviour is the same on other platforms.