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FDP Forum / Home Recording Forum / Extending tracks

AlohaEd

Glendale, NY

Eddie
Apr 7th, 2019 05:03 AM   Edit   Profile  

I have a couple of meditation tracks on a CD, that are only just over 10 minutes each, yet would like to make each repeat, without stopping another 10, or 20 minutes. When one finishes, have to replay it. If possible, I would like each to sound as if they were each originally recorded 20 or 30 minutes.
Thanks

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Too Much GAS
Apr 7th, 2019 05:13 AM   Edit   Profile  

Rip the CD to your hard drive and then open the files for the tracks you want to extend with some kind of multitrack audio editing program. There are many available. Depending on the program you use you may have to change the file format to something the program can work with.

Copy the entire stereo track you wish to extend and paste it to another stereo track somewhere near the end of the original. Then do a cross-fade where one track fades out as the other begins. You may have to slide the pasted track around in time to get it to sound right but that will give you a seamless extended audio track without interruption. Then burn a CD or DVD of the extended track(s).

(This message was last edited by ninworks at 07:15 AM, Apr 7th, 2019)

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Just beyond Mars

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Apr 11th, 2019 06:26 AM   Edit   Profile  

I do similar stuff with Sound Forge. It's cut & paste...really simple to do.

Depending on how you want to do this...if you don't want to crossfade the end into the beginning as a repeat, you can fill the middle of the tune with additional verses/choruses and retain one start and one end, as follows.

Original:
intro/V/V/C/interlude/V/V/C/outro

Extended:
intro/V/V/C/interlude/V/V/C/interlude/V/V/C/outro

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