Hit okay. Next comes the real pro moves that will cut the project time in half. Instead of individually copying and pasting each songs into each own file, we're gonna drop markers at the beginning of each song and then export them all in one batch. Find the beginning of the first song and click on the wave form to place the cursor there. Then go to the tracks menu and select add label, add selection. Since this is the first song, I'll label it number one.
Now, do this for the rest of the tracks, numbering them as you go. Typically, you can eyeball this by looking at the spaces between tracks but be sure to double check your markers. A dramatic pause in the middle of the song can easily fake you out.
If you wanna do this really fast, learn the keyboard shortcut for adding a label. On a PC, control V will let you fly through this. When you get to the end, trim the silence off of the last track by selecting the silence and hitting delete. Finally, use the export multiple command in the file menu. You'll seen an intimidating screen of options but all you need to worry about is that export format is set to wave and at the export location is somewhere handy.
I would opt for a new folder on your desktop. Hit export and you'll be shown a series of windows where you can enter in track information. I have a better method for adding track information which I'll show you at the end. So, for now make sure that the numbers you labeled to each track uppers here as the track names.
If so, just hit okay on each one of them to close them. Now, Audacity will export individual wave files for each of the tracks you labeled on the side A. Now you can flip your tape over and go to the same recording process with side B. Just make sure you pick up the number in where you left off at the end of side A. Once you get wave files on both sides of the tape, it's time to start archiving them and converting them into MP3. Now, there's a few tweaks you could have so that you're exporting Mp3s right out of Audacity.
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Indie-pop forgets about cassettes, but aren't cassettes just about the damn twee-est thing upon which to release your bedroom musings? That's not to say that Chris Weisman is necessarily indie-pop or twee okay, he's a little bit of both , just that he doesn't quite fit the noise mold that's laid claim to the format. Fresh Sip is a little bit all over the map -- there's the noise-pop of "I'm the Author," the soft bossa nova of "Apple Season," the quirky soft-rock of "Blowing All Over the Bay," the bedroom folk of "Midi Van" -- but it's all affably and oddly charming, like that uncle who wears plaid blazers and newsie caps.
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