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The Best MP3 Cutter

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Karamjit

hi dear members. i have some highest quality MP3 files and i want to cut these into pieces without tampering with the quality, bit rate etc...i mean i just want to cut file into various files only without changing other values of these files. please help me with the best program to implement the procedure...

......thanks in advance

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Whoopenstein

I don't know if it's the best program for you, but I'm pretty sure Goldwave can do it.

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mp68terr

Do you mean you have mp3 files containing several songs and want to separate them according to the songs?

Or remove extras you don't want to keep?

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Karamjit
11 hours ago, mp68terr said:

Do you mean you have mp3 files containing several songs and want to separate them according to the songs?

yes my dear...and i do not want to change any of the values to protect the quality of sound

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i do not want to change any of the values to protect the quality of sound

 

Hi Karamjit, i too have just discovered a lot of MP3 files are uploaded as one large file containing multiple tracks. So i am also looking for an answer as to the best way to extract individual tracks from one large file.

Just did preliminary research, but haven't tried any software yet.

A quick search revealed Audacity, Wavepad Audio File Splitter, MP3Splt, and Filmora Video Editor are a few of the options that claim to work to extract tracks. When i find time, i will look at Audacity and Flimora as my first two choices.

 

I would think that MP3 Toolkit, Other video editors, Zortam MP3 Media Studio, NCH Wavepad Sound Editor, Goldwave Sound Editor, Recording Studios, such as Acoustica Mixcraft, etc. would all be capable of getting the job done.

As to which is the easiest, most reliable with the best features I wouldn't know, because I have not tried any as of yet.

Perhaps another member who has some experience might share their thoughts?

 

Best Regards

PP

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MasterP82
On 6/3/2020 at 4:57 AM, Karamjit said:

yes my dear...and i do not want to change any of the values to protect the quality of sound

Try MP3DirectCut

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Stig

I use audio cutters to remove silence from (so called) hidden tracks on albums.

I hate hidden tracks where they leave a few minutes of silence before playing the last track.

 

There are some very good online audio cutters and joiners. I don't join. I only cut.

 

123apps has a whole range of cutters, joiners and converters.

Aconvert.com is another good one.

 

Of course, there is Audacity if you want an installed app.

There is also PCWinSoft Audio Split & Trim that was posted on the forum somewhere.

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PistalPete
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and i do not want to change any of the values to protect the quality of sound

 

 

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Audacity if you want an installed app

 

 

Tried Acoustica Premium and Audacity. Both have options to automatically find the silence between songs and automatically split out the tracks for you. In theory sounds pretty good. But when your file has short silence between songs, neither does a good job. So have to roll up your sleeves and extract tracks manually. I find Audacity much cleaner and easier to use to split out the tracks manually. I won't try an other programs becasue Audacity was easy enough to use for me. And you can find posted on nsane a paf portable file so Audacity can be used without the need to install the program.

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Stig
On 6/11/2020 at 4:16 AM, PistalPete said:

 

Hi Karamjit, i too have just discovered a lot of MP3 files are uploaded as one large file containing multiple tracks. So i am also looking for an answer as to the best way to extract individual tracks from one large file.

Best Regards

PP

Hi Pete.

Do your MP3s come with a cue file? If they are in one large file, they should do.

If so, CUETools is the tool for that. It'll split them all for you.

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Do your MP3s come with a cue file?

Hi Stig

I was under the impression only Flac contained cue files? Can cue file be embedded in large MP3 files as well? If so, how do you check to see if the file has cue embedded?

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Stig
Posted (edited)

The cue sheet file is a standalone file containing the start and end times of all the tracks.

It does more, but that's the basics for your question. It just automates something that you would have to do manually. A very tedious task that would be.

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Stig

I see that the Microsoft Store now has Medieval CUE Splitter.

This Windows application has been around for years, but I have never tried this version from the Microsoft Store.

I personally prefer CUETools.

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I personally prefer CUETools.

 

Thanks Stig, I will give this a go. Could you Pm me some sites where you can grab files that come with standalone cue?

There was no standalone file with my download, just the MP3 file.

 

Best regards

PP

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phen0men4

@Karamjit

@Whoopenstein mentioned Goldwave. a program that I really like because of the simplicity and a pretty good result. 
The only thing I use it for is to cut, paste, split, merge mp3. Music and Voices, mostly the latter.

 

Then we have Diamond Cut, a sickly expensive tool
new install $1,499 :eek:

 

 

Many other tools have been mentioned, certainly nothing wrong with most of them..
but I think nothing can go wrong with either Goldwave or Diamond Cut. 👇


GoldWave.v6.51.Incl.Keygen-BLiZZARD
https://www.goldwave.com/features.php


Diamond.Cut.Forensics10.Audio.Laboratory.v10.62
http://www.diamondcut.com/Catalog/DCForensics10.html
https://www.diamondcut.com/st3/product/diamond-cut-forensics-10-6-audio-laboratory/

 

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fnsfernando
Posted (edited)
On 6/2/2020 at 7:50 AM, Karamjit said:

hi dear members. i have some highest quality MP3 files and i want to cut these into pieces without tampering with the quality, bit rate etc...i mean i just want to cut file into various files only without changing other values of these files. please help me with the best program to implement the procedure...

......thanks in advance

 

If that doesn't solve your problem, give up .....mp3DirectCut, for open (ctrl + b)

 

https://mpesch3.de/index.html

 

All you need to cut your MP3

mp3DirectCut is a fast and extensive audio editor for encoded MP3 and AAC. Without re-encoding directly cut, crop, split and join your tracks, create fades on MP3 and much more. Direct editing saves encoding time and preserves the audio quality of encoded tracks. The built in recorder creates MP3 on the fly. With Cue sheets, Pause detection or Auto cue you can easily divide long files.

 

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Edited by fnsfernando

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