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Convert flac to wav with tags and cover art

I have a bunch of flac files with tags and cover art. I need to convert them to wav and retain the tags and cover art. I also need to do this in a terminal on a headless Raspberry Pi 4B running ...
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Sox split .mp3 wav by silence

mp3 file with around 200 sentences. They are separated by silence of around 500-1000, but it is not fixed or equal. What is the best way to split to one file per sentence? Preferably with sox. I ...
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Convert WAV to FLAC while preserving tags

Is there a command utility that can convert between various audio formats (or more specifically from wav to flac) while preserving tags? Or an utility that can copy tags from one audio file to ...
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Make soundcard visible to new user

If it's relevant, I'm trying this on the Debian-derived Armbian 3.4, running on an Orange Pi Zero (Raspberry Pi "clone") board. As you will see below, the board can playback sound either through a "...
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Comparing .wav samples from command line

As a part of our project we should classify sound samples (stored as .wav files). All sample is the same, just pure speech (like a Skype test call). The process is the following: a reference wav, ...
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Split large amount of wav files to small parts

I have large amount of wav files (over 50 000) and I need to split every wav file to 10 second long parts. t's nearly impossible to do it one by one, so my question is: How can I do it in ffmpeg (or ...
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Problems converting WAV to ALAC by a batch job

I use the following code to convert WAV to ALAC (bash, macOS 10.12.1): find . -type f -iname "*.wav" | while read fn; do ffmpeg -i "$fn" -acodec alac "${fn%.wav}.m4a"; done But there seems to be a ...
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How can I copy a .wav file from an audio cd and verify it?

I have a hard time using Linux' built-in tools to rip an audio cd (sound juicer, rhythmbox). The reason likely being my drive, which vibrates a lot and cannot read the disk continuously. Playing the ...
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Playing remote audio files over SSH [duplicate]

I am connected to a machine via SSH and I often need to listen to WAV files on that machine. I usually open another terminal window and do ssh host 'cat /path/to/sound.wav' | aplay, but that's tedious ...
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convert wav to flac with tags

long story short: I need a script to convert wav files to flac, while taking the file name (minus extension) to place in the song title tag of the flac file. I have about 1200 audio CDs that I ...
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abcde ripping to wav

I am trying to find out configuration for abcde to extract a cd to wav. I am using mp3 config file from http://www.andrews-corner.org/abcde.html but I dont know what the wav encoder or abcde configs ...
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How to detect real sample size and number of channels in WAV file?

I've got this wonderful conundrum with a WAV file, whereas I cannot detect it's actual sample size (i.e. how many bits are in a sample) and the number of channels. geek@liv-inspiron:~$ soxi file.wav ...
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Audio CD source plugin for .wav files . Linux

I have a CD which contains a number of .wav files. When I try to open one I get: The playback of this movie requires a Audio CD source plugin which is not installed. Can someone please sent me a ...
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How to extract the WAV tracks from Blu-ray or DVD-Audio discs?

I would like to find a way to rip the WAV tracks (LPCM 2.0, 192kHz, 24-bit) from a Blu-ray Audio or a DVD-Audio disc using Linux. (Once extracted, it should then be a breeze to encode the audio tracks ...
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convert WAV music library to FLAC on command line and achieve best quality

I would like to produce (nearly) perfect FLAC files by verifying/checking all conversion steps. I'm hoping to do this in a single command, although a short bash script would be acceptable as a second ...