Waves In Silence (Long Edit)
Use Trim Beginning to remove audio before the start marker. If not all channels are selected, the area is replacedwith silence instead.EndEnd in the Edit Trim submenu.
Trim} button in the Toolbar (if added).
Use Trim End to remove audio after the finish marker. If not all channels are selected, the area is replacedwith silence instead.BothBoth in the Edit Trim submenu.
Trim button in the Toolbar.
Trim edit command in theAdd Edit window ofBatch Processing.
To trim: Select the part of the sound you wantto keep.
Choose Trim from the Edit Trim submenu.
SilenceSilence in the Edit Trim submenu.
TrimS button in the Toolbar (if added).
Trim Silence edit command in theAdd Edit window ofBatch Processing.
Use Trim Silence to remove leading and trailing silences from the endsof the selection. Unlike other trim commands, Trim Silence works withinthe selection and does not remove anything outside the selection. Be sure the selection contains all the leading and trailingsilences to be removed.Noise Reduction andMaximize Volume are recommended before usingthis effect to ensure a consistent silence level.
Waves in Silence (Long Edit)
Similarly, remove unwanted audio from the end of the recording and from the middle (between sides 1 and 2 of the LP or cassette). Note that later in this tutorial we will be using the Analyse > Find Silences command to identify spaces between the songs, so when you are editing the transition between side 1 and side 2 be sure to leave 2 or 3 seconds of silence, similar to what you would find between songs.
If you will be listening to the songs primarily on a computer or MP3 player you may prefer to have some silence at the end of each song. In this case select the silent portion then click on Edit > Remove Special > Silence Audio. Now you can edit the length of the silent portion to your taste. Alternatively you can delete the silent portion, then click on Generate > Silence and specify exactly how much silence you want. 041b061a72