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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000546.txt from 2003/10

From: "Ian Black" <>
Subj: RE: [kl] CD Recording - vaguely OT
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 17:43:00 -0400


Sadly your response is not much help to me, but I may be of some help to
you. I've found GoldWave software (I mentioned it in my original post) very
good and it does display a sonogram and allow the zooming and editing
capability. That's how I got the analogue feed from my piano into my PC in
the first place. But no matter how long/short (within reason!) I make the
lead and tail silences I still get this extra sound - possibly something to
do with bit leakage?

Anyway, GoldWave is at You can download a trial and
registration is Canadian$55. I can't speak for the new version (5) as I'm
using version 4.? - I've not upgraded because I'm happy I know what I'm
doing and it meets my needs fine. Usual disclaimer about not being
commercially associated applies.



-----Original Message-----
From: Oliver Seely []
Subject: Re: [kl] CD Recording - vaguely OT


Anyway, once the .wav file is produced and edited, it can be converted to a
standard audio CD by any number of pieces of software. If anyone has a
favorite sonogram program, please let me know.

Hope this helps and have fun!


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