Hey my Tascam DR-60D MKII records two seperate .wav files for each channel pair (1+2 and 3+4).
I have my mic in channel 1 and the Tentacle in channel 3 as this is the 3,5mm input.
Any idea how to batch combine the .wav files? I need both the mic and the tentacle feed in one file afaik.
EDIT: There’s no option to do this in the recorder.
I tried a lot of things with audacity and other programs, I ended up asking a programmer to write a simple batch ffmpeg script that combines the files.
In the future I’ll use a adapter to get my timecode to the second channel input. Thanks for your suggestions!
That is not the kind of work you are looking forward to.
It is a Tascam design problem to deliver the files like this.
I would import them in ProTools and export them as multichannel audio files. Do you have any kind of audio editor that will do this? Maybe Audacity can do it.
Hey tried it but I think I’d have to manually assign each clip a Take number for the program to know which two clips to combine.
Did you try if that is possible with Wave Agent from Sounddevices ? It’s free. You might have to do some splitting stereo into mono files, some renaming and then combining again to multichannel. So, it is not a one click route.