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OK, but you don't need to move the tracks around manually.  There's a [File Type] keyword that you can use as a folder name component in the 'When saving tracks, name them as' field in the Settings / Preferences dialog.
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No, there's no way to automate that, although you can click on track names in the list of tracks to do something similar.
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Technical Support / Re: Recording on one computer, transferring to iTunes on another
« Last post by djeho on January 06, 2020, 05:33:42 pm »
Sorry for the tardy reply.  I had seen this option discussed prior to posting.  I had that unchecked but it still did this.  I gave up trying to figure this out and just double save, once to FLAC and once to MP3, moving the files to the appropriate place after each save (FLAC to NAS drive and MP3's to folder that iTunes sees).  It's a reasonable workflow. 

This whole process is causing me to listen to some memorable music I haven't heard in a long, long time.  Quite wonderful.  The 24/96 FLAC files sound gorgeous played back via high end DAC. 
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After recording, splitting, and, occasionally, doing cleanup (usually via selections), I take the entire album's waveform and click on the green flag, listen to the startup of the track, click near the red flag at the end, listen to the end of that track and the beginning of the next track, click near the red flag, lather/rinse/repeat until the end of the album.

Is there a way to do this automatically?  The one second option is close but doesn't automate the process across all the tracks on the album. 
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Hi,

Unchecking 'Include grouping tag in save tracks' in VinylStudio's Settings / Preferences dialog will fix this.

Then save your tracks again.
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General Discussion / Re: Just wanted to say thanks and nice job!
« Last post by Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft) on December 24, 2019, 02:05:49 pm »
Thank you, we appreciate it.
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General Discussion / Re: Just wanted to say thanks and nice job!
« Last post by djeho on December 24, 2019, 06:10:37 am »
Couldn't have said it better myself.  I've only ripped 16 albums so far but the process is a pleasure.  I have had a lot of resistance to buying a CD (or digital downloads) for something I own on vinyl.  Purchasing a PS Audio NuWave Phono Converter (used on eBay) has allowed me to unlock my extensive vinyl collection "for the digital age".  And like the OP said, I couldn't imagine doing this without any other software.  "the right tool for the job".

Thanks so much. 
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Technical Support / Re: Recording on one computer, transferring to iTunes on another
« Last post by djeho on December 24, 2019, 06:07:00 am »
Saving tracks as MP3 does work correctly but this is not my preferred workflow (it's a bit confusing saving tracks as FLAC and MP3 and having to switch back and forth, I'm liable to screw this up on the journey of ripping >1000 albums).  Any idea why the metadata looks correct all the way through the (flawed) workflow and then shows up on the iPhone all busted? 
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Technical Support / Re: Recording on one computer, transferring to iTunes on another
« Last post by djeho on December 24, 2019, 05:48:33 am »
I'm having a weird problem which is somewhat similar to the OP.  Workflow:

Surface Book #1:  Vinyl Studio => FLAC (local hard disk), Saved Tracks moved to a NAS drive.
Surface Book #1:  JRiver Media Center FLAC (pointing to NAS) => MP3 conversion (saved to USB hard drive).
Unplug USB hard drive.
Surface Book #2:  The USB hard drive is the iTunes library.  Boot up iTunes, plug in iPhone.  Add new folders to iTunes music library.  Drag files to iPhone to force sync (iTunes is set up to do a manual sync).

This is highly similar to the workflow for CD rips except it doesn't involve Vinyl Studio obviously. 

When I look at the song files in iTunes on Surface Book #2, everything looks fine.  If I open explorer in Windows, the metadata looks fine.  If I look at the tracks in the Music app on the iPhone, the album art is correct, the album title is correct but when I click on the album, the track listings all say "Vinyl" for the title and the album says "Vinyl by Unknown".  This is clearly some artifact of VS (the CD workflow does not have this problem).  Even more weird, when I start playing an individual track, the title, album artist, etc. is correct! I can provide shots of the phone in case this helps.

Why is this happening and what am I doing wrong?  I'm trying to get tracks to my phone for a long road trip and am at a dead stand still on the phone ingestion side of things.  Thanks for the help.
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Technical Support / Re: Move Raw VS Files
« Last post by Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft) on December 20, 2019, 01:58:16 pm »
OK, I will respond by email since that's where the screenshots are.
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