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    GUI based cue splitter and FLAC spectrum analyzer?

    I need to split big FLAC file(s) to single tracks. Is there any Ubuntu app similar to Medieval CUE Splitter?

    Also, I need spectrum analyzer app to determine is FLAC file real lossless or is transcoded from some lossy format. Something like this.


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    Re: GUI based cue splitter and FLAC spectrum analyzer?

    Nothing? I can't believe that I must boot Win just to separate and check FLAC songs.

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    Re: GUI based cue splitter and FLAC spectrum analyzer?

    I'm bumping this because I am looking for a program like that as well.

    BTW, you don't need a GUI to split flac if you have a cue. You can even tag the smaller files with the use of the cue. For detailed info look here http://aidanjm.wordpress.com/2007/02...v-by-cue-file/
    Last edited by damnated; August 21st, 2010 at 12:04 AM.

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    Re: GUI based cue splitter and FLAC spectrum analyzer?

    Quote Originally Posted by darkmaxa View Post
    I need to split big FLAC file(s) to single tracks. Is there any Ubuntu app similar to Medieval CUE Splitter?

    Also, I need spectrum analyzer app to determine is FLAC file real lossless or is transcoded from some lossy format. Something like this.

    I also needed a GUI-based splitter and wrote one, you can find it here

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9957056

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    Re: GUI based cue splitter and FLAC spectrum analyzer?

    Use Flacon instead, has gui, is in Software Center, works well on FLAC/APE/CUE.

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    Re: GUI based cue splitter and FLAC spectrum analyzer?

    Flacon is indeed a great choice, fast and reliable.
    However for the lastest version download directly from the Flacon site http://code.google.com/p/flacon/downloads/list or better yet use the ppa ppa:flacon/ppa by typing in a terminal:
    sudo apt-add-repository ppa:flacon/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install flacon

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    SPEK (spectrum analyser)

    There is a small Spectrum called SPEK, you can find it at the software center and its pretty easy, you just drop the file on a resizable window and it analyses it, much better than opening a whole program just for that. (see attachment)
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