Audio Editing

  Vsr 08:19 20 Sep 2006

I would like to remove parts of an mp3 file. My idea is to convert mp3 to wav, then use an audio editor to cut out the unwanted parts. I'm just wondering if this would result in a loss of quality. Does anyone know good Mp3 editors?

  FatboySlim71 08:57 20 Sep 2006

I use this program to edit my MP3's, its very easy to use and gives great results and its free, I have used it for a couple of years without any problems.

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  FatboySlim71 09:03 20 Sep 2006

If you do download Audacity, download the "Lame MP3 encoder" as well because the first time you use Audacity it will ask you where this file is located, so just remember where on your pc you have saved it to, as this file is needed to export your MP3 files that you have edited, it only asks the first time you edit an MP3 and save it, any further uses of Audacity will no longer ask you where the "Lame MP3 encoder" is located.

  dth 11:33 20 Sep 2006

Another vote for Audacity here - a great programme.

  sanish 12:27 05 Oct 2006

For general Audio editing purpose like you said, FlexiMusic Wave Editor will do, that is I guess is the cheapest one with those features.

  Stuartli 16:29 05 Oct 2006

Audacity is free - doesn't come much cheaper than that...:-)

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