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    Quote Originally Posted by dougprit View Post
    Umm looks like I have been doing it wrong all these years. (well I had nobody to ask so I made it up as I went along). I convert the the file to wave, load it into wave editor and select the divisions by eye and ear and let TLH sort out the SBE. I find this method is great for extracting tracks from radio shows.
    That's what I been doing too. I do any normalising on the whole thing first in order to keep the overall sound level consistent, then cut it up at the end.
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    You may refer to this step by step guide to convert CUE associated FLAC into separate audio tracks,

    It also applies to split MP3, APE, OGG, WAV, WV, TAK, TTA, WMA, DTS, MPC, AAC, AIFF and more CUE based audio files on Windows or Mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goa View Post
    split a single big FLAC audio in separate FLAC tracks

    freeware please!!!

    Today I found this
    http://www.medieval.it/content/view/28/71/

    could you link others that have been good for you?

    thanks in advance
    Medieval CUE Splitter is free software that is designed for splitting a large audio file like an album or a compilation into relative individual tracks with an associated CUE sheet w/o decoding. If you choose Medieval CUE Splitter to split audio without re-encoded, there is no quality loss. Moreover, it is capable of splitting almost all audio formats like FLAC, MP3, WAV, M4A, APE, WMA, MPC, OGG and TTA. CUE files in UTF-16, UTF-8, or ANSI encoding are supported. Just as the official website says, Medieval CUE Splitter is really the fastest and easiest audio track separator ever.

    Here get the program: http://www.medieval.it/cuesplitter-pc/menu-id-71.html

    However, Medieval CUE Splitter is a Windows-based tool and there is still no plan for developing the Mac version. If you insist to run Medieval CUE Splitter on Mac, you need to spend $249 to get VMware Workstation Virtual machine which will allow you run Medieval CUE Splitter on Mac. That is too expensive.

    I know a more cheap but useful CUE Splitter on both Mac and Windows.

    It supports splitting many audio formats like split MP3, split WAV, split FLAC, split APE, split M4A, WMA, DTS, MPC, WV, AMR, AU, AAC, AIFF, TAK, TTA, RA and more;

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    Interesting revival of an old thread to link to some payware (albeit inexpensive). But some of the statements above are a bit inaccurate.

    Quote Originally Posted by gwebstolyna View Post
    If you insist to run Medieval CUE Splitter on Mac, you need to spend $249 to get VMware Workstation Virtual machine which will allow you run Medieval CUE Splitter on Mac.
    Um, no. For starters, the Mac VMware product is VMware Fusion and it's typically much, much cheaper than $249, especially if you wait around for it to be discounted. Secondly, you don't need a VMware product. If you want to run Windows in a VM, VirtualBox should still be free. And there are alternatives to a full-on virtual machine. For example, you could try running Medieval CUE Splitter under Crossover Mac (payware). But Crossover Mac is basically a commercially supported version of WINE, and you may be able to hunt around for a free version of WINE on OS X. If you are really desperate you could probably do it for free on the command line with a utility like SOX (probably not great if you are concerned about sector boundary errors though).

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