So I've got multiple corrupted audio file from a Zoom H6. The data can no longer be read. I was able to do a raw data dump into Audacity and have one giant long audio file. What has happened is the audio has been interlaced. There were originally two or three separate tracks for the recording, but they're now all interwoven. So when someone says, "Hello" you'll hear hello as recorded from all three microphones at their respective distances from the person talking. The result is a jarring sort of echo and extension of their talking. See here for a sample: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wuv85qa4v0dvyes/audio-error.aiff?dl=0 Is there any way to do an automated copy/paste of intervals of the audio? A logic like, "every .64302 seconds copy the audio for .32156 seconds? Thanks for any and all ideas!