Split continuous mix into tracks with no gaps in sound in Garageband?

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  1. cincolaters macrumors newbie

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    Tried a search but was tough to wade through the many threads - so forgive me if this is an oft-asked question:

    I record continuous DJ mixes straight from vinyl records -> mixer -> macbookpro running garageband. I do all of my mixes in one take and no post-processing or anything like that. So my technical production skills are lacking, to say the least.

    However, I can't stand the one and half hour long single track.

    Is it possible to add track markers and track names within garageband - but do so in a way that no gaps are between songs - then export the whole thing as a file for download (or, rarely, burn to a CD)?

    This way, the listener can skip around to their favorite song, or listen to the whole thing with no gaps to ruin the "journey"

    Thanks
     
  2. cincolaters thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Found Answer: Audacity

    In case anyone comes across this thread in the future. After many hours, I found the free program: Audacity will allow you to add track marks and preserve continuous play.

    It's not very easy though - just be patient and work through it.
     

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