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28.09.2008 at 23:02:58
 
I am looking for an easy way to devide mp3-pieces of music into 2 pieces. This question has really nothing to do with MM, btw. But I have a few live songs on my mac, where start and finish are waaaaaaay to loooooong.

Is there any one who can help me?

If not, I start a MMF-strike. Grin Wink
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Reply #1 - 28.09.2008 at 23:31:24
 
try audacity, it's a free audio edit program, to which you can download an mp3 plug-in [also for free] and import mp3s as well and do whatever you'd like with them
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Reply #2 - 29.09.2008 at 01:17:21
 
Freddy wrote on 28.09.2008 at 23:02:58:
I am looking for an easy way to devide mp3-pieces of music into 2 pieces. This question has really nothing to do with MM, btw. But I have a few live songs on my mac, where start and finish are waaaaaaay to loooooong.

Is there any one who can help me?

Do you have Quicktime Pro? You can chop up audio really easily with it. Smiley I wanted a really annoying alarm to wake myself up with in the morning, so I chopped the first two bars of 'One Armed Scissor' by At the Drive in and looped it. Then I bluetoothed it to my phone. Cheesy
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Reply #3 - 29.09.2008 at 03:07:59
 
Hi Freddy

I use a neat app called MP3 trimmer - $10.95 from:

http://deepniner.net/mp3trimmer/

Matari Smiley
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Reply #4 - 29.09.2008 at 06:35:11
 
Thx for the suggestions! Smiley

I started in chronological order with Audacity and could cut away the end of a song. Then I saved my work as an aup-file.

So far no problem, since I received a message that I need to use 'export as mp3' to get a mp3-file again. But when I tried to do that, I received a new message asking for LAME and LameLib. What should I do now?
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Reply #5 - 29.09.2008 at 13:41:44
 
Smiley I did find it out myself. Lame (an other program) had to be downloaded seperately. And the combination of Audacity and Lame works for what I want to do.

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