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How to batch split a big wav file in multiple files with loop point?

Use sox. If you are using Windows, then you can install MobaXterm on your computer. Then install the sox using: apt-get install sox. Invoking sox is very simple, just provide the start time and the ...
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How can I automate finding bass distortion in improperly processed files?

Here is my understanding of your problem: You have a set of recorded audio files stored using a lossless audio format. I will assume that no saturation/clipping occured during the recording process, ...
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Batch amplify and trim (possibly with Audacity)

You can use protools 'strip silence' feature. This will allow you to set working thresholds in order to 'cut' audio regions/clips based on the audio level of the content. Strip Silence allows you to ...
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How to batch demux sound from videos to mp3 or aac

As leftaroundabout said, use ffmpeg (or avconv - the one is forked off the other). It is command line based, which makes it useful for batch operations. On my Linux box the batch command would be ...
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How can I batch process using Paulstretch for Mac?

A bit late to the party but your best bet would be to use the command line version. https://github.com/paulnasca/paulstretch_python
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