Useful app to help cut large audio files into smaller sections and remove unwanted silences
Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 2000 / Windows 8
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Easy MP3 Cutter is an application that allows users to split up large audio files and create a smaller file using the combined large files. It is a useful application if you would like to get rid of any unwanted silence at the beginning of a recording or at the end of a recording. Long recordings can also be split up into multiple files. This ultimately helps them be distributed more easily.
This software can come in handy in many instances. For instance, if you would like to use only a clip of a section of music to use for your ringtone on your mobile phone, you can do so using Easy MP3 Cutter. If you would like to have only a section of an audio recording, this software tool is extremely useful because it can cut the audio however you prefer. Whatever your reason for wanting to cut up an audio file, this software allows you to do it with no hassle.
One great thing about this application is that it takes up a small amount of memory. It only takes up approximately 2,500 KB of memory. Aside from this, it was created with basic users in mind. You do not need any previous experience with audio editing to get the hang of how to use Easy MP3 Cutter.
Easy MP3 Cutter is a great tool to have if you would like to cut certain sections of audio files. It will save you time by doing multiple tasks repeatedly.
-'Drag and Drop' functionality is supported.
-An integrated audio player assists you with verifying the exact splitting points of audio.
-You do not have to pay a fee to use the software.
-It is simple enough for basic users to use.
-WMA or AIFF audio files are not supported with this software.
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