I am able to confirm the error:
on your Halloween file.
As I mentioned before, this error indicates that your project database is corrupt.
So far, I have tried the usual suspects and have been unsuccessful with any of my tools.
Right now, I am scrubbing your project file to collect any data that looks like audio information. And I will forward to you the results.
If this is successful, it produces one continuous audio track, with all audio combined, possibly including some previously deleted audio. If your original audio was mono, this might be helpful. If it was stereo or multi-track the results could be confusing. In any case, my computer is quite busy with some other projects, so this may not happen until tomorrow.
UPDATE: Your file is being uploaded now, but it will be overnight before this is completed.
Hi Jademan, I just lost my best take of two piano pieces - seems as if the file is corrupted - also a “sqlite3.rc”: “11”, error. Is there any chance that you might be able to retrieve the audio files for me? I’d be sooo grateful! Warm wishes, Sam
which as it turns out, sounds like a piano on my computer.
This could happen if the data was interpreted incorrectly. I had tried different data formats earlier, but I’ll try to revisit if I have time later today. Perhaps there is someone else out there who would like to take a stab at this?
I’d be sooo grateful if you could. I was hoping include the tracks on a recording I wanted to be available after a piano recital in Prague on Saturday. Could I possibly offer you (or anyone else) $50 for the two undamaged stereo WAV files? Warm wishes, Sam