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MP3 Editing Program

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by JChen99, Mar 6, 2003.

  1. JChen99

    JChen99 Regular Member

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    I'm trying to get rid of a section at the end of this MP3 I have... I've tried this program called: Cool Edit Pro

    If anyone has used this program and used something better... can u tell me which?
    THX!!
     
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    I would use sonic studio. I use it and it's the best. So many cool features
     
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    cool edit is THE best. Sonic studio is a pain to use for something like chopping up tracks. Though for what JChen99 is needing, sounrecorder and a mp3 en/decorder would do the job just fine.
     
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    nah... sonic is the best
     
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    For chopping music?
    Cool edit:
    1. open file (2 seconds)
    2. drag sectoin (1 second)
    3. save section (4 seconds)

    beat that with sonic! I havent used Sonic Studio but i did try Sonic Foundry for all of 3 minutes before being turned off by how overpowered the interface looked (and how little it actually did.)
     
  6. JChen99

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    Guys... cool it with the "which one is better" they're all good ok? -_-"
    I dun wanna get this thread closed in case I want to ask something else related to this topic later...
     
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    Try "Audacity".
     
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    This one win hands down in the value department; all of the above pales in comparison to this.
     

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