How to find dropouts <0.1second [SOLVED]

I am trying to find a number of dropouts in a piece of music. This is what they look like:
As you can see, the example is shorter than the minimum 0.1 seconds allowed for by silence finder. Is there any way to scan an hour’s worth of music for this type of dropout?

Update Audacity to version 3.0.0 (

In the new version, “Sound Finder” and “Silence Finder” have been removed and replaced with a new effect “Label Sounds”. The new effect can label sounds or “gaps between sounds” (silences) with either point labels or region labels. The minimum allowed for silence is 0.01 seconds.

Thanks Steve
that worked like a breeze

Super :smiley:

Thanks for the update.