Last night I was recording some music – the wav’s I recorded were fine to play back. However the a couple of things (my favourites of course) were recorded as .snd / NeXT/Sun files by accident. They are the correct size for the length of time recorded but I cannot open them with any program including sfplay, buffer, wavelab – Ive tried everything. With buffer I get the "could not parse ….. err -1 message" – but Im pretty sure the files are encoded ok – its just getting them to open…..
Anyone have an idea what the problem is ?
Have you tried soundhack:
soundhack would certainly do the trick, or try sox if you’re comfortable with command-line stuff:
Most editors (like Amadeus) should read the .snd files and then you can save them as .wav or .aif. If the header is truly mangled you can probably read it as a ‘raw’ soundfile and fill in the appropriate info. You may have to edit out a noise spike at the beginning in that case from the existing header.
Thanks you two – soundhack did it !! That’s made my day (=;
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