To edit the structure of an audio file, proceed as follows:
- If you want silences in a song to be detected automatically so as to be able to skip these when playing the audio file:
- Click the Edit > Pause Detection entry in the menu bar.
- The Pause Detection window is opened.
- Define the required settings and click the OK button.
- If you want to insert a track split in the audio file to be able to skip directly to this point, click the Edit > Insert Track Split entry in the menu bar.
- If you want to save a single track produced by inserting track splits as a file:
- Click the Edit > Save Tracks as Files entry in the menu bar.
- The Save Tracks as Separate Files window is opened.
- Select the track you want to save, name it and select the desired file format.
- Click the OK button.
- If you want to insert an additional audio file into the file display to create a crossfade between two files:
- Click the Edit > Insert File entry in the menu bar.
- A window is opened.
- Select the desired audio file and click the Open button.
- The audio file is inserted into the file display.
The crossfading method allows you to combine audio files without interrupting the sound of these files. When applying a crossfade, the volume of the first audio file is faded out at the end and the volume of the next audio file is faded in at the beginning so as to create a smooth transition between the sound of these files.
- You have edited the structure of the audio file.