Thanks for the quick reply Sonic.
I use Soundforge to create both .wav and .mp3. The .wav will save exactly how you render it… i.e. with no gap. But, there is something about the mp3 spec that whenever you save as mp3 it adds a slight gap at the beginning and I believe end of the file.
Someone posted a link to an mp3 utility that allows creation of ‘gapless’ mp3 loops. Does anyone have that link / thread?
I hope this is the right place for a question like this…
Slats, you indicated my latest track does not loop…http://audiojungle.net/item/carnival/980664?WT.ac=portfolio&WT.seg_1=portfolio&WT.z_author=tobybrez
I added in the description that the track does loop and if you put the .wav into a player you will discover that it loops seamlessly. Granted, the .mp3 preview does have a very small gap. I render with Soundforge and cannot seem to make an mp3 loop seamlessly. If anyone has suggestions for this I would appreciate it.
Anyhoo, I’m not complaining I would just like clarification. Again, I hope this is the appropriate channel for this type of question.
Good information. I’m still using 20 year old NS-10’s. Powered monitors would be convenient though.
Whoo Hoo… 2 Ratings!
Thanks lads, much appreciated!