I got an issue with Audacity that forced me to change into GARABAND. I don’t know if I will be able to make myself understood. When I rip using audacity, everything works fine before I split into tracks. When all is in one track, the recording sounds okay. The problem turns out when I split into tracks. The resulting single track misteriously leaps. I will try to explain this.
When you listen to every track, it sounds in a sort of way a needle does when it physically leaps. They are like micro ones that makes the recording unsuable. it is as if the track mixes with itself in parts before or after. You may be wondering if the needle is in good state or if it is the one to blame for this strange behavior and the answer definetely is, “NO”. It has nothing to do with the needle, I checked that out.
I guess the problem begins when the software split the tracks. There is any part of the settings that may be wrong but I don’t know what it can be, if this is the reason. I rip in wav 24 bits. I know it is difficult to get help only for this confusing explanation, but It is hard to describe it without listening to it.
Well, in spite of that, I am sure there is a lot of smart “magicians” in this forum to try to clear it up or give me a clue
pd. Meanwhile, I am using garageband for the purpose. Any reliable options to Audacity and Garaband?