MP3 Splitting Program?
I have an mp3 that contains a hidden track in it, so its like 15 minutes long. I want to split the two up into separate tracks without any transcoding or changing quality or settings. Anyone know a program that can do this?
Audacity? I know you could cut the part out and resave it, atleast I think
Oh thats a good idea, but that would change the quality and settings wouldnt it?
I'm not real sure, i've only used it a few times messing around with it. I'm sure someone else would know more about it
It will work good enough for what I want to do. I should have thought about using that before haha. Thanks, +karma
I have a program on my computer called Total Recorder that I like. You have to pay for it, but it's not much. There's a demo, but I don't remember what the limitations are on the demo.
i use a wave editing program after converting it to wave. then i recode as an mp3
i cannot remember the name of the program but i will check when i get home
garage band ;)
Use Audacity. You'll be fine.
mp3directcut, as its name implies, will split it up directly.
I went to school for a while for Music Production and Studio Engineering and have been in some local bands for quite sometime (www.myspace.com/christopherflitton) I have Adobe Audition and Cool Edit Pro and access to Pro tools. I can split the track up for you if you want with no quality loss.