Wave Splitter is a freeware utility that allows you to extract a sample from a .wav file without loading it into memory. No matter how big your source wave file is (it could be hundreds of megabytes), if you want to sample a part of it, you can do it very quickly, without wasting RAM.
Reviewing 2.00 Beta 1 (Feb 29, 2000)
The fact of not using RAM for loading the wav file is an interesting feature because today most PCs run with only 64Mb and people recording direct-to-disk wav files may have to work with files over 650 MB. Explain me then how you can edit such a wav file if you only have 64 MB on your system ?
Reviewing 2.00 Beta 1 (Feb 28, 2000)
Ok first of all why would you want a program that does not run off of memory. Location on the motherboard and directly linked cache to the transistors on the processor, memory provides fast access. This program takes that advantage away. Have you ever heard of MP3's. Yeah they sound good.
Reviewing 2.00 Beta 1 (Feb 27, 2000)
nice . . .
Reviewing 0.99 (Nov 26, 1999)
I'm working as an engineer in a music studio and this is gonna save time to lots of people I know.
The layout is not nice though but it is doing well what it has to do.
Reviewing 0.99 (Nov 25, 1999)
I can finally extract 5 minutes from my 1-hour wav file of DJ mix without making Windows suffer. Thanxs Claudio!
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