Sure, here you go. (I ripped the audio from a cassette I own and the labels are where the songs begin; I’d like to export this so that each label/song is its own file. I’m also fairly new to using Audacity, so if you happen to notice anything else fishy, I’d love to hear about that too! Thanks!) Columbia Tape.aup (123 KB)
Tracks: Export each audio track in your project to a separate file. File names are based on the track names. Any labels in the project are ignored.
Labels: Choose this option if your project contains labels as well as one or more audio tracks.
Only labels in the uppermost label track are used for export. > If more than one audio track is above the uppermost label track, the audio of all those tracks will be mixed into the exported files, unless you press the Mute button on some of the tracks to exclude them from the mix.
The label track must contain at least one point or region label, thus:
• Point labels mark the start of each section of audio you want to make into a separate file
• Region labels span each section of audio you want to make into a separate file.
In your project, the first label track is track 3, and it has no labels in it.