I have a Denon DP-200USB turntable that converts analogue records (LPs) into MP3s (one MP3 per side) and stores them onto a USB memory stick.

This lovely piece of kit comes with some software called Trans Music Manager (PDF) that will automatically split tracks (based on silence between tracks) followed by naming and tagging them using Gracenote.

Sadly this software runs under Microsoft Windows, for which I don't have a licence.

Are there any solutions out there that can do this easily under Snow Leopard? Free and open-source software is preferred, but paid-for alternatives would be considered.

  • You could install windows under virtual box. – romeovs Jun 19 '11 at 10:44
  • @romeovs: Windows, even under VirtualBox, requires a licence (which I stated I do not have) and system updates each and every time I start the virtual machine. I am looking for an application, not an operating system. – Johnsyweb Jun 19 '11 at 22:41
  • Oops, I read over that. I just proposed this because it's the easy way out... – romeovs Jun 20 '11 at 10:58

I haven't personally tried it, but AudioSlicer may be a good candidate

AudioSlicer is a Cocoa GUI application for Mac OS X that finds all silences in an audio file and allows you to split it into several smaller audio files and to name/tag them properly.

Doesn't seem to do the Gracenote tag fetching, but you could use Jaikoz (tag from MusicBrainz db) or SimpleTagger (tag from Amazon db) for that.

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Open in QuickTime Player and save as iPhone.

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    Please note that saving for iPhone will not split the track based on silence, nor tag automatically using Gracenote. – Graham Miln Jan 4 '14 at 13:32

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