I recieved a live multitrack recording recorded with a Mac. I don’t know which program was used.
Unfortunately the Mac broke down right after the last note, and the files weren’t properly closed. File lenghts looks right.
I’ve tried all WL’s import options, but all I get is noise.
Any advice ?
Try with RME Wav File Batch Processor 131
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try with Reaper, Audacity as well
or wait for PG or Justin to answer I think…
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Can Wavelab11 Import a Wav file with a corrupted header block by using the Import Special File Format Panel - Data to ignore number of bytes import option?
I assume the 'header block" on a wave file is potentially a fixed length so if that length is known can the bytes to ignore be specified?
Is there a reference source for wav file header info so the bytes can be calculated?
Or am I just exercising wishful thinking here to recover a 16bit Mono Wave file, originally created in Steinberg SX3?
WaveLab might open a file with a corrupted header (there is a feature for this). But if some audio file can be opened and its end is noise, no software will be able to help.
Well, - this is strange…
Wavelab couldn’t recoqnize the wav file, but they all imported into Cubase without problems.
Go figure… - all is well