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Can I Record a Whole Side of an Album or Cassette and still have Separate Tracks?
Yes, Golden Records can detect silence between each track. The option to auto-split can be toggled on and off for each recording. Click the Recording icon, then click the Recording Tools icon in the upper right corner of the Recording Session dialog to bring up the Recording Options. From here, make sure the checkbox for ‘Auto-Split Files based on Noise-Floor’ is checked to ensure separate tracks are saved. When using the auto-split feature, you may want to check that Golden Records is detecting the correct noise-floor for each record. This is done in the wizard, from the step ‘Background Noise Measure.’
You also have the option to split the recording into separate tracks manually:
To designate where tracks are saved, in the Options (Preferences on Mac), on the Audio Settings tab in the Output folder section, check the option 'Make copy to:' and specify a folder (e.g., c:\Users\sally\Music\Golden). For an output file name you can use 'Vinyl 01.mp3 or Cass 01.mp3' (file name increments by 1 for each track) and you can rename the files later if you wish.
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