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Old 07-09-06, 02:39 AM   #1
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Make a 10 sec wav file 60 minutes long--Which program will do this?

I have a 10 second wav file (it's a 18000khz sound) which I would like to loop or extend to 60 minutes or so and burn onto a cd for playing in a normal CD player. Do you have any ideas what program I could do this with on a PC? Thanks.
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Do you have one of the Nero packages for burning CD's? If so there is a wave editor in there. You could use it to build segments... paste the file together five times (gives you five minutes), copy that and paste it twice (gives you 15 minutes), copy that and paste it three more times to give you an hour. Once you have your hour of sound constructed you can then convert it and burn as a CD/

What, are you looking to annoy your neighbours?
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Do you have one of the Nero packages for burning CD's? If so there is a wave editor in there. You could use it to build segments... paste the file together five times (gives you five minutes), copy that and paste it twice (gives you 15 minutes), copy that and paste it three more times to give you an hour. Once you have your hour of sound constructed you can then convert it and burn as a CD/

What, are you looking to annoy your neighbours?
Thanks. I'll see if I can figure it out with Nero.

It's for the roofers at the neighbors house. I very politely asked them to please turn down their horrible techno dance music that was blaring from the roof. I could hear it inside my house. The basicly told me to eff off. So, I bombarded them with Rimsky-Korsakov, after which they offered to turn off their music if I turned off mine. Okay.

The wave file is a very annoying sound that only punk ass kids can hear. If they start this again I shall play the annoying sound. Bastards.
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Good luck with it, it's really not too complicated. I've used it a lot to turn vinyl to digital.

If it's that 'special ringtone' only young people can hear... this old fuddy duddy can hear it too Dayum, not as old as I thought!
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Thanks, Nero did the trick. Now I just hope I don't have to use it......


Yes, it's that ring tone....I really need to crank it up to hear it....I suspect the roofers will be able to hear it much clearer than I can.
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Super! You're welcome, glad it worked for you.
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What is it? Some high freq stuff? That's the first to go, y'know! I use Audacity for stuff like that, 'cause Nero's on my bad side, more or less. Good luck in your sonic war!
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I would have probably done it in Cubase. Yeah, overkill...but I'm over it.
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