Just loaded this to see if I can solve a problem I have.
This is really something, remarkable program to say the very lest!
I’m running Xubuntu 14.4 / Audacity 2.0.5, I installed it from the “Ubuntu softwar center”.
Here’s what I was hoping to be able to do:
I have a disk with eight tracks on it, one is 56 min. long of varios tracks, (not sure how someone managed to burn that).
I would like to isolate a few of those tracks and “cut” them out to save , or “delete” them all together.
Then they may be data disks. An Audio CD doesn’t offer its music as standard WAV files.
In order to get as much music on the disk when the audio system was designed, much of the normal file structure and data management was simply left out. The two types of disks are very different, but most computers go to great lengths to hide that.
I’ve seen a laptop that assured me all the music was in WAV format when I know the computer was “ripping” the music in the background from Audio CD to WAV.