On cassettes is 30 years old radio station daily broadcasting and somehow it just felt brutal to delete all.
As I have a lot of cassettes to archive, setting for each cassette timer recording doesn’t feel comfortable.
Therefore 2nd option feels more promising.
As these are old cassettes (aren’t they mostly all so these days) I would recommend re-tensioning the tape by fast rewind to the end and then rewind back… Take care to stop before the end if you are using a cassette deck that doesn’t have proper braking/
I have proper equipment Akai cassette players etc.
And a lot of old cassettes from different sources.
Some have rare live recording which I’m not able to evaluate right now, sources and backgrounds are very different… and takes days to determine exact cultural value.
So I just start to play cassette and find how start more or less automatic digital mp3 conversion …
And not staying aside watching computer.
Else these cassettes are over sooner or later over written.
Looks like predetermined length recording still might have a place in Audacity wish list.
Thanks to all proposals.
First I took a closer look and tested Timer recording but is there a way to generate automatic file names?
new cassette play start and 2. Audacity shortcut “Shift+T” and “OK”.
Presently “Save Project” and “Automatic export” require manual entries, when Save project is always same and only automatic export +1 file naming numbering is sufficient. I’m sorry if I missed something
Looks a promising idea.
Is there any ideas about automatic next recorded +1 fail naming convention?
These radio broadcasting mostly music archive cassettes don’t have any dates or notes and should be recorded just file name +1.