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Save 70% of your time & do the formerly undoable automatically. Now you can Auto-Separate all your tracks in seconds, then Auto-Copy all track names at once, not one track at a time and then Auto-Load & burn CDs and/or auto-convert to MP3s with instant Auto-Tags & Pictures for all tracks, not just one at a time & even Auto-Created file folders for instant iTunes hierarchy inclusion and/or Auto-Created Folders to organize tracks on your PC.
You really can save 70% of your time separating, naming, converting & burning your tracks.
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It's a whole new software engine driving the Holy Grail Song Splitter that gives us new power to separate our tracks, all at once and in just the time it takes to load your file.

Then you can add track names, not one at a time, but splat, all at once and finally you'll save your tracks as named wav files to burn CDs that load automatically and MP3s that have their tags put in all at once, not just one track at a time. Let's explore how it all works.
A Challenge From Sol
 
Load a recording of a record or tape you've made in whatever program you're using now to separate tracks, even DAK's Track Tracker.

Time how long it takes you to load and separate the tracks.
 
 
By Sol Harari
I've been working for years to improve the process of copying our records and tapes to CDs and MP3s. And until now, DAK's Track Tracker has been the leading and best way to separate tracks.

You could separate your tracks in minutes, unlike others that can take a half hour or more to separate their tracks. But until now, even after you separated your tracks, you had to manually and individually name them and then load them in our CD burner.

Plus if you were converting to MP3, you had to individually add the MP3 name, title, genre and date tags plus album pictures to each track manually and individually, one track at a time. (And frankly, if you're like me, unless they were really important tracks, you probably never did all the extra tagging work.)

And DAK's was the best, by far. I think you'll find (till now) that DAK's system was by far the best and fastest way to convert your tracks. Imagine trying to record and save one track at a time or save off and name each track separately like most of the others.

But, Now It's A Whole New Era
Split & Name LP & Tape Tracks So Fast
You'll Even Copy Your 2nd Tier Albums
It's true. I always seem to work 24/7. So I've copied most of my favorite records and tapes, but I've got hundreds more that I'd like to copy, but frankly never took the time to copy because I had no time. Well now, it's a no brainer. It's so fast and easy, now I'm copying all my records and tapes.

Here's why. Now the new Holy Grail Song Splitter auto-detects and separates ALL your tracks in the time it took the Track Tracker just to load the file (A side of your record or tape).
Tracks Split In Just The Time The Holy Grail Loads.
In just the time it takes to load the file (A side of a record or tape or both sides) the Holy Grail instantly and accurately sets the tracks and assigns a temporary track name.
 
You can check the tracks just this easily. Most of the time, you'll find your tracks ready for you to auto-name. It really is dramatically faster.
In the past I never much liked silence sensing technology. But, the Holy Grail takes silence sensing to a whole new level.

Not only does it automatically separate all the tracks at once, not just one at a time, but you're not locked out.

You can exclude tracks you don't like, you can adjust tracks just by sliding a track marker forward or backward if you want to cut out some talking or leave it in.

In short, while you'll find that the Holy Grail separates your tracks 100% correctly nearly 100% of the time, for those rare occasions where it misses a track, you can add it instantly. Just Click track add to add a track and put it anywhere.

For those occasions where it picks up an extra track in a really noisy lead-in (beginning of your record where the needle drops), you can delete it. Just choose which track you want to delete and, it's gone.

And whatever you do, the Holy Grail will automatically and instantly recalculate all the track beginning and end times so there's nothing you need to do or reload or anything like that.

You can zoom in to view the tracks, you can play just the beginning of each track, and you can play any selected part. It's all up to you. But, whatever you do will be automated, easy and fast. And now you really can copy your music and save 70% of the time you would have had to spend before.
Move Tracks, Add Tracks, Delete Tracks In Seconds -
But Usually Not Needed.
It automatically updates the duration, start and end times as you add, subtract or adjust the track makers.
The Holy Grail Song Splitter really does instantly and accurately separate your tracks. But if for any reason you want to make any adjustments, you're never locked out.

Just drag a track marker anywhere you like. Make a track longer or shorter or move the marker over another track marker.

The Grail instantly and automatically recalculates your start and end times for you. There's nothing for you to do at all. Add tracks, delete tracks. All the times are automatically and instantly recalculated for you.

And I've built in so many extras. You might not use them, but I've added Preview so you can simply jump from track to track and listen to the beginnings of your tracks. After you've converted a bunch of records and tapes, you'll see that the Holy Grail is so accurate you won't need to do much checking, but you sure can if you want to.

You can zoom in and look at the tracks at any level you like. You can play any part of a track or any selection that you like. And I've even added a checkbox so that you can auto-zoom in whenever you open the visual interface or look at the whole file.

I copied more than 50 more records and tapes as I developed this program and whenever I found I wanted to see or do something, I'd go pick on the programmer again and add it. This is really what you'd call a user developed program. And I promise you, you'll love using it as much as I do.

About the only adjustment that I find that I make regularly is that I like to adjust exactly where the 1st track starts and the last track ends. (All the others are evenly split between the track before and the track after the silence)

So I just slide those two lines (the 1st and last track markers) in the visual interface. Do I need to? No, but I really like my music exactly the way I like it and I'm a stickler for detail.

You might want to see my full tutorial on using the Holy Grail, but frankly, it's so intuitive, the only reason to watch the tutorial is that you're going to find that the Grail does lots of things you never even would have thought of doing. But, I'm getting ahead of myself. Let's explore the auto-track naming next.

Auto-Naming Your Tracks
Fast & Easy & Accurate.
Auto-Naming Tracks Fast & Easy & Accurate. OK so how do you get your album's track names? And how do you zap them all in at once? Easy as pie.

Did you know that you can find tracklists for most of your records on the net? Do we live in great times or what? It's really easy. I show you several places, but let's use FreeDB.org for today.
Just go to FreeDB.org or one of the other sources I give you in the tutorial. Copy the tracklist you want and your tracks will be auto-batch-named instantly. It's so very easy.

Just highlight the track names you want. I show you a trick to get them off the page, hit Control/C to put them in memory and they're yours.
Of course you can use Google and find lots more. And in my tutorial I show you how easy that is too. But for now, here's all you need. So go to FreeDB.org and enter the artist name. In my case, as usual it's my friend's the Limeliters. I still think they are the world's greatest folk group.

Anyway, after you enter your Artist's name, you'll get a list of their albums. In this case, the album I copied is called Sing Out.

And I found it in a double album release with the Slightly Fabulous Limeliters.
So all you do is copy the track list with or without the track numbers and times. I show you a trick of how to do it super easy.

After you have highlighted the track names you want on the page, simply hold down your Control key and hit C. That's the Windows keyboard shortcut for copying whatever is highlighted. In this case your track list.

And that's really all you need to do. The act of copying it, not only puts your track-list in the Window's clipboard, it also transfers it to the Holy Grails Paste Interface. You don't even need to use the traditional Control/V to paste. I've eliminated another keystroke to make naming your tracks really, really easy.

OK now, just Click the Paste Titles Button and you'll see your list ready to name all your tracks at one time with one click. You can make any changes you like, but usually there's nothing you need to do.
Auto-Batch-Titled Track Names, Not One At A Time.
Just Click To Name.
All your tracks can be named when you click OK. Not just one at a time. No typing, that's so 20th century. Just copy them, paste them, click OK and all your tracks are named fast and easier than ever.
Oh, and for the purpose of showing you how to do this, I'm only copying side one of the record. But don't worry, the Holy Grail will ignore the rest of the titles for side 2. And when you get to side 2, just delete the side 1 titles and hit the OK button and you'll have side two of the album named as well.

Is this easy or what? And when you click OK, faster than you can blink, every single song in the Holy Grail is renamed from its working name to the actual track name. And now all your tracks are named.

You're ready to save your files as WAV Files and burn CDs or have the Holy Grail convert them all to MP3, add the tags, pictures and put them in folders. It's so incredibly easy and so very much faster than ever before and here you are doing the undoable in a flash.
Burn Audio CDs Just Like From The Store.
Plus Burn MP3 CDs Too.
Now you can burn CDs just like you buy at the store, but better. They play in any CD player, at home, in your car or in a portable. But why are they better? Glad you asked.

You can burn them with just the tracks you want, automatically. Here's how you do it. After your tracks are named, just click the Save As WAV file. Then click the CD Button and Choose Audio CD writer or MP3 CD writer. The DAK writer of your choice will open and here's where it gets good.

The CD writer will open and automatically load with the songs you have in the Holy Grail. And then, you can add more songs from any tracks you have on your PC.

So unlike store-bought where you're stuck with the CDs playing the songs as the engineer wanted it, sort of like LPs and tapes play serially, you can choose just the songs you want and leave out the ones you don't and add songs from other albums, other artists, in short, you can add any tracks you have on your PC.
Burn Audio CDs That Play Everywhere. Plus They Are Auto-Loaded
It's so easy to burn CDs. You don't even need to load the CD Writer. It will auto-load right from the Holy Grail. Now it's virtually effortless. Plus you can both burn CDs then Make MP3 files without ever reloading the Holy Grail.
It's way cool to be in control of your music. Plus DAK's advanced audio CD burner also gives you the ability to burn your CDs with or without pauses between tracks. So, normally you'll have a pause between songs.

But if you choose not to, you'll have no pause inserted between tracks which is especially great for live concerts. The tracks are there, they just don't cause a pause.

So use DAK's burners to burn CDs that you'll take with you wherever you go. You'll love controlling your music. And it's oh so easy to do. Oh and one more thing.

Unlike other converters with DAK's Holy Grail, you can burn CDs, then make MP3s without ever unloading the interface. What a time saver. Now you don't have to choose which music format you want to use. You can have both, fast and easy.

Just Planning On Making CDs? Not MP3s?
Special Note From Sol
Maybe you're just planning to make CDs and not MP3s from your records and tapes.

Well, I assure you that it won't be long before you start playing them on your PC and wanting them to go portable in an MP3 player, iPod or iPhone like I do.

It's the best way to enjoy your music and now, it's so very easy. So, do read on, because you'll be into MP3 sooner than you think. And, everything you need to create MP3s is included.

Already use iTunes or an iPhone? And if you already use iTunes and an iPod or iPhone or other MP3 player, now you'll really be able to harness all the power and flexibly and get the absolute most enjoyment and fun from your music. . . .Sol

My Favorite Part.
MP3 Tracks Auto-Tagged With Pictures
For My iPhone, iPod & Other MP3 Players.
Hang On This Is Good.
And here's clearly my favorite part. It's my favorite because while you can save 70% or more time separating the tracks using the Holy Grail, DAK's old Track Tracker did a really great job of separating the tracks even though it took 70% longer.

But adding individual MP3 tags to each of 12-14 separate individual songs per album was a real pain. You had to open each song separately in the MP3 Tagger, then add the song name, artist name, album name, genre and year to each and every d*## track from a record or tape. Oh, and you had to add the album picture to each track too.

But no more. Now the track names you already added will also become the MP3 tag song names. And all you need to do is enter or paste the album name, artist name and Genre and year if you like. Plus add the picture. JUST ONE TIME ONLY.

Then, the Holy Grail will use that data to auto-batch-name every single track for you automatically. There's no need to type in each track's info individually.
Watch The Whole Automated MP3 Converter Tagger Animated Story.
Here's the whole story in one animation. There's very little for you to do, but the Holy Grail will auto-batch-tag, convert and even add pictures to all your tracks at once. There's no need for you to tag each file separately. And with most records and tapes containing 12-14 tracks, that's unparalleled time saver for you and for me. Now we can even copy the albums that we just like because there's not nearly the same commitment of time that there used to be.
And that's not all. You can choose the Bitrate for the MP3 sound quality as well. Normally you'll use 128bit (default), but you can use 180bit or even 320 bit if you like. And whatever you choose, the Holy Grail will remember and use it from now on, unless you choose to change it again. So you completely control both the sound and looks of your MP3 files.

But that's still not all. Let's say that like me, you copied side one of your album or tape. The Grail will remember the tag info and when you load side 2 and add the tracks names, and then choose the Save As MP3, all the tag info you used for side one will be waiting for you so there's nothing you need to enter again.

Here's A Brief Side Trip To Get Album Pictures
For Your MP3 Files - They'll Look Great - What Fun.

Just go to Google Images (it's a choice on the Google screen). Type in the album name and artist. And if you're like me you'll get literally dozens and even hundreds of choices. Just right click on any image you like, choose save as and you've got your album picture. Now doesn't that beat setting up and photographing your albums?
Brief Side Trip. Oh, ever wonder how do you get the album picture? You sure don't have to set up your digital camera and take it. Not any longer. It's no problem.

It's just a trip to trusty old Google. Simply go to Google. Choose Images from their menu. Enter the Album name and artist name and viola, look at all the choices you have. All you need to do is right click, I tend to rename the picture using the album name. Then save it to my desktop. Always choose a .JPEG. While .GIF and .PNG both work fine, I find that .JPEG works everywhere while the others may not work in XP. Just a little tip that I learned along the way.

Anyway in the tutorial, I show you how to save the album picture to your desktop. Then just click Add to add it to your tracks.

But that's still not all. Hold on for automatic know where your tracks are and make them easy to accesses organization. Most of us use iTunes to store and load our tracks on our PCs. If you don't, check it out. It's free and absolutely fabulous.

OK, so iTunes uses a really good, useful hierarchy to store tracks. It does it by creating a folder for each artist. Then it creates another folder inside of the artist's folder for each album.

Wow, what a great way to keep track of your songs. I wish I'd thought of it. Anyway, I've programmed the Holy Grail to emulate that file structure so you can instantly put your songs in iTunes if you use it and keep your songs in the same file hierarchy even if you don't use iTunes.

First the Holy Grail converts your file into tagged MP3 files you can use and play anywhere. Then it creates a folder with the artist's name and then puts a folder with the album name inside of the artist named folder.

Finally, it drops all the MP3 converted files in the album folder. You'll never have to search for your tracks again. And, it's the actual hierarchy for direct inclusion in iTunes.
OK here's what the Holy Grail does. It converts your tracks to MP3s. It inserts all the MP3 tags, including the album picture. Then, if you say yes, it will create a folder for the artist, and then it will create a folder for the album.

It will put the album folder inside of the artist folder 100% automatically. There's nothing you need to do, except say yes. Then it moves all the MP3 tracks from the main folder into the album folder automatically. Is this way cool, or what?

And that's still not all. Let's say, like me that you've just copied side one of a Limeliters Album called Sing Out. You'll find that the Sing Out Folder is inside of the Limeliter folder just as I told you.

Now if you copy side 2 of the Sing Out Album, you'll find no new folders created, but you will find all the tracks from side 2, inside of the Sing Out Folder as if they were copied at the same time as side 1. The Holy Grail is very, very smart.

But, that's still not all. Let's say, like me that you're a big fan and that you copy 5 more Limeliters albums. Figured it out yet? Glad you did. Each of those 5 albums will be found in folders inside of the Limeliters' folder neatly arranged so you will always be able to find and use your tracks fast and easy.
These Are MP3 Files With Album Pictures.
It's So Much Better Than Having Generic Music Icons.
Welcome To Digital Music In The 21st Century.

Above you can see the 6 tracks we copied for this review. In folders, on your desktop, in iTunes and in Windows Media Player, this is what you'll see. Isn't this way cooler than looking at some generic music icon that's the same for all your music? I love what the Holy Grail has done for my music.
And now for the very best part of all. Here's what your MP3 tracks will look like, especially in Win 7 and Vista. Each track won't just look like a Media Center or generic music icon.

My iPhone Screen
Here's a shot of my iPhone with a Kenny Rogers cassette I copied. You see I do like other artists than the Limeliters. But isn't this more fun than looking at a generic icon?
  Each track will look like the album cover of the record or tape you copied. Each track will have the track name, artist name, album name, year and genre. These MP3 tracks look great wherever you play them.

Above is what they look like in Media player, iTunes and to the right, here's a Kenny Rogers track I copied in my iPhone. (Just so you know my system works on other music besides the Limeliters.)

This is so much more fun than the old 20th century way of enjoying your music. And now you truly are digital.

You can play each track in any order you like whenever you like and wherever you like. Digital is great and finally, now we can all make the most of all our new digital options.

I love the Holy Grail Song Splitter because it finally delivers the true and complete promise of digital music. I'm sure you will too.

Plus it's so very fast and easy to use, you'll be enjoying your favorite tracks wherever you are whenever you want just like I do.
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Load a recording of a record or tape you've made in whatever program you're using now, even DAK's Track Tracker. Time how long it takes you to load and separate the tracks. And, for this test, forget even naming the tracks or converting to WAV or MP3 files for now. Just time the loading and splitting.

Then, open DAK's all new Holy Grail Song Splitter with its all-new software engine. Load the same file you just split. And Zap. By the time it's loaded, your file is already broken into individual tracks.

If you're like me, the Holy Grail Song Splitter loaded and split the tracks faster than any older method even just loaded the file. It's a revolutionary improvement and it's amazingly more accurate too.

Then grab the names as I show you in the tutorial and click OK to apply them all at once to all the loaded tracks. Again, it's Zap, all your tracks are named. Same with the images too. And finally, use the autoloaded tracks to burn CDs, or try out my MP3 Conversion where all the tracks are tagged at once, not one, by one manually taking forever.

Frankly, splitting the tracks is the easiest thing my all new Holy Grail Song Splitter can do. Give it a try. If you're not blown away by the speed and accuracy, just email us for a prompt and courteous refund before we send the lifetime unlock code.

Oh and the best part of the auto-MP3 tagging, pictures and file structure is how great your files look on your desktop, in folders, in Media Player, in iTunes and in your iPhone, iPod or other MP3 player. It's a whole new world of digital enjoyment once you use DAK's new Holy Grail Song Splitter to prepare your tracks.

Try it with your own recordings for 6 full days. Keep all the tracks you've separated and tagged. It's likely to be a massive number of tracks because the Holy Grail is so fast and easy to use.

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Windows 7, Vista and Windows XP
RAM 512 MEG Win 7, Vista, 256MEGs XP
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Then, open the Holy Grail Song Splitter. Load the same file you just split.

And Zap. By the time it's loaded, your file is already separated into individual tracks.

If you're like me, the Holy Grail Song Splitter loaded and split the tracks faster than any older program just loaded the file.

It's a revolutionary improvement and it's amazingly more accurate too. Let me know what you think. . .Sol

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Make standard play-anywhere audio CDs. Just like you'd buy at the store except they'll have the songs you want. They are fully programmable and the Holy Grail even loads the tracks for you when you burn your CDs. Easy, fast and flawless.  

My Old Tracks
If you're like me you have lots of albums on your PC. Don’t settle for generic icons that don't help you identify the artist, album or even the songs you want.

My Holy Grail Tracks
Seeing the actual album image and mousing over for the artist, album, title and more makes it easy to find just what you want, plus it's really neat to see.

My Win 7 Media Player
Windows Media Player will show your album image, and rotate through the album, artist and track name. Wow, this is so very much better.

My iPhone Screen
Here's my iPhone. When I first started copying LPs & tapes, I just entered track names and that at least let me know what song was playing.

But with the album pictures and the album and artist info, it's so much better. It really does make it easier to find the tracks I want and it's oh so much more fun. Now my songs 'look' as good as they sound
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Make standard play-anywhere audio CDs. Just like you'd buy at the store except they'll have the songs you want. They are fully programmable and the Holy Grail even loads the tracks for you when you burn your CDs. Easy, fast and flawless.  

My Old Tracks
If you're like me you have lots of albums on your PC. Don’t settle for generic icons that don't help you identify the artist, album or even the songs you want.

My Holy Grail Tracks
Seeing the actual album image and mousing over for the artist, album, title and more makes it easy to find just what you want, plus it's really neat to see.

My Win 7 Media Player
Windows Media Player will show your album image, and rotate through the album, artist and track name. Wow, this is so very much better.

My iPhone Screen
Here's my iPhone. When I first started copying LPs & tapes, I just entered track names and that at least let me know what song was playing.

But with the album pictures and the album and artist info, it's so much better. It really does make it easier to find the tracks I want and it's oh so much more fun. Now my songs 'look' as good as they sound
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Make standard play-anywhere audio CDs. Just like you'd buy at the store except they'll have the songs you want. They are fully programmable and the Holy Grail even loads the tracks for you when you burn your CDs. Easy, fast and flawless.  


My Old Tracks
If you're like me you have lots of albums on your PC. Don’t settle for generic icons that don't help you identify the artist, album or even the songs you want.

My Holy Grail Tracks
Seeing the actual album image and mousing over for the artist, album, title and more makes it easy to find just what you want, plus it's really neat to see.

My Win 7 Media Player
Windows Media Player will show your album image, and rotate through the album, artist and track name. Wow, this is so very much better.

My iPhone Screen
Here's my iPhone. When I first started copying LPs & tapes, I just entered track names and that at least let me know what song was playing.

But with the album pictures and the album and artist info, it's so much better. It really does make it easier to find the tracks I want and it's oh so much more fun. Now my songs 'look' as good as they sound
.


Make standard play-anywhere audio CDs. Just like you'd buy at the store except they'll have the songs you want. They are fully programmable and the Holy Grail even loads the tracks for you when you burn your CDs. Easy, fast and flawless.  
 

My Old Tracks
If you're like me you have lots of albums on your PC. Don’t settle for generic icons that don't help you identify the artist, album or even the songs you want.

My Holy Grail Tracks
Seeing the actual album image and mousing over for the artist, album, title and more makes it easy to find just what you want, plus it's really neat to see.

My Win 7 Media Player
Windows Media Player will show your album image, and rotate through the album, artist and track name. Wow, this is so very much better.

My iPhone Screen
Here's my iPhone. When I first started copying LPs & tapes, I just entered track names and that at least let me know what song was playing.

But with the album pictures and the album and artist info, it's so much better. It really does make it easier to find the tracks I want and it's oh so much more fun. Now my songs 'look' as good as they sound
.


My Old Tracks
If you're like me you have lots of albums on your PC. Don’t settle for generic icons that don't help you identify the artist, album or even the songs you want.

My Holy Grail Tracks
Seeing the actual album image and mousing over for the artist, album, title and more makes it easy to find just what you want, plus it's really neat to see.

My Win 7 Media Player
Windows Media Player will show your album image, and rotate through the album, artist and track name. Wow, this is so very much better.

My iPhone Screen
Here's my iPhone. When I first started copying LPs & tapes, I just entered track names and that at least let me know what song was playing.

But with the album pictures and the album and artist info, it's so much better. It really does make it easier to find the tracks I want and it's oh so much more fun. Now my songs 'look' as good as they sound
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Make standard play-anywhere audio CDs. Just like you'd buy at the store except they'll have the songs you want. They are fully programmable and the Holy Grail even loads the tracks for you when you burn your CDs. Easy, fast and flawless.  
 
     
     
 
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