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Software to convert/separate .wav files to individual songs

A friend gave me the entire Beatles catalog in .wav files. However the files are continuous. In other words, Help is one file, Revolver is one file, Abbey Road is one file etc. What software could I use that would allow me to break down the .wav files into individual tracks?

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Helping someone to use pirated material looks like a

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I tend to agree...

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It sounds to me like the friend purchased a collection of copyrighted music, then created a duplicate copy that was then given to the original poster. That is considered piracy, which is not an allowed topic due to its legal nature. Thus, I'm locking this thread. However, if you feel I have erred, feel free to contact me through my profile.

John

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