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_ Modifying Audio Files _ ( Chopping songs )

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by _MIKE_, Oct 15, 2002.

  1. _MIKE_

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    Curious if anyone here knows of a good program to 'chop' audio files ~

    For example -

    I have a Live Song and want to take off the
    first 20 seconds of it (hand clapping and talking) -

    Does anyone here know a good way to go about this ?

    Thanks in Advance guys *








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    If you have Nero Burning Rom then use Nero Wave Editor. Open your file in it and select the area you dont want then press delete!

    Now simply click file - save!

    I dont know of any progs that were built to just chop pieces off!!
     
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    Thanks to Everyone for the info -

    If anyone else is interested in this topic, Here is a list of
    suggestions I gathered from different forums -

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    - i've always been a fan of cooledit (syntrillim.com i think) but any decent sound editor will do.

    try www.downloads.com w/ sound edit free (or any options u see fit) ... also google on same.

    - cool edit is the way to go. once u load up the wave u can select the part to be chopped off.
    www.syntrillium.com


    - http://www.mpegx.com/audio.asp?dcat=AudioEditor


    - I use MixVibes Pro 3.01 to screw and chop music(using loops and modifying the pitch)


    - i have a great one that was suggested on cfh a little while back
    http://download.com.com/3000-2169-8366009.html?tag=lst-0-1
    MP3DirectCut 1.19


    - I use MP3Trim (logiccell.com).


    - Freeware Open Source audio editor Audacity available at
    http://audacity.sourceforge.net/


    There is software called Total Recorder from http://www.highcriteria.com that is good for that and for recording streaming audio. It costs $11.99, but I've gotten more than my money's worth for it. It will only produce .wav and .mp3 files, but you can convert either of those back to .wma with freeware.


    - GOLDWAVE

    - Cool Edit 2000

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    Thanks Again to all who posted suggestions *











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