@Sheppy > just to get things straight; you recorded a vinyl into Audacity. You then exported the recording as a .wav file to, say, your desktop from where you attempted to import to Rekordbox but it failed. What happened (software crashed / just failed to recognize file etc)?
Rekord Box and WAV's
After recording a vinyl record to .wav file with audacity I can't import into record box?
Why won't it import, am I being thick!!!!!!!
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Correct I exported as a .wav to desktop and when I tried to import it record box it failed to recognise it software didn't crash, same happened with mixed in key?
@Sheppy: ". . . . when I tried to import it record box it failed to recognise it software didn't crash. . . ."
You need to edit the wav file and trim down its (file) size. It is 'bloated' like 3x its original size.
Ok how do I do that in audacity?
Did you actually export a WAV from Audacity? Because it doesn't simply "save" a WAV file, it saves an Audacity project file.
@Sheppy: "Ok how do I do that in audacity?"
You need another audio editor like 'GoldWave' which runs on Windows. Older versions are freeware. Search for a similar ones if you're using a Mac.
Audacity is just fine! GoldWave is so 1990-something. lol
I didn't "save" as your right it saves a .aup file, but I exported as .wav and mp3 320kb it's fine I'll go with mp3.