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i hate when mp3s are fudged. like big gaps of space at the start/end of a song, or when an mp3 was a skip at the end or something.

are there any tools (freeware) that will let me trim to my hearts content?

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by emceepj:
i hate when mp3s are fudged. like big gaps of space at the start/end of a song, or when an mp3 was a skip at the end or something.

are there any tools (freeware) that will let me trim to my hearts content?

Phil
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Quicktime 6 Pro edition allows editing of files. It should also allow you to trim MP3s, since it can play them too.

It's not free, but for $30.00 US, it's got a alot of versatility.

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You can also do this in iTunes. You can set new In and Out points on the file. This will play only the portion you designate.
 

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Thanks VertiGoGo! I never knew that. I'll see if I can do this when I get home...

Hey emceepj, I don't know if you are using OS 9 or X, but if you're using 9 try The Analogue Ripper. It's dead-dog-simple to use and well worth the $19.95 shareware fee. You'll need iTunes to convert the song to .aiff, then edit with T.A.R., then use iTunes to convert it back to .mp3
 

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thanks guys.

i know about the in/out points in itunes, thats what i'm currently doing with those darn songs. but i'm just very anal when it comes to my music collection. :D

maybe i'll just fork out for QT pro in a few months......

Phil
 
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