As the subject says I am creating and manipulating wav files of audio tap recordings. The extent of manipulation is to join sides A & B into one file and do some noise reduction cleanup, and write the file in wav format.can you play them with wavplay? How do they sound? If they're mono, do you want to immortalize them on CDs? I just made that mistake . . . 6 times.
then attempting to write the file to cd with cdrecord
cdrecord -v -eject speed=12 -pad -audio file.wav results in the following error.
cdrecord: Inappropriate audio coding
I don't know a lot about, just what I've managed to pick up in the past week or so, but I wonder if the file headers are correct for what you want to do. gramofile's extracts, for example, makde cdrecord/cdrdao complain, but once they're processed/filtered, all is well.
I'd suggest gramofile to capture the audio unless there's a compelling reason to use audacity: you can always edit in audactity later.
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