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    You can use Audacity tool for your requirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohit0707 View Post
    You can use Audacity tool for your requirement.
    I downloaded mixmeister the other day is amazing and only cost £30, a very well timed deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourdj View Post
    I downloaded mixmeister the other day is amazing and only cost £30, a very well timed deal.

    https://www.mixmeister.com/studio7.php

    Yes i have been using this for years and great for editing and making playlists

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltic View Post
    Audacity seems to be a popular choice amongst people.
    I agree, I use Audacity quite a bit for trimming/editing tracks etc.
    The mp3 save part is a separate download which is a nuisance but there is a link to it on the Audacity page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckpr2 View Post
    I agree, I use Audacity quite a bit for trimming/editing tracks etc.
    The mp3 save part is a separate download which is a nuisance but there is a link to it on the Audacity page.
    Are you aware that re-encoding an MP3 to another MP3 is causing generational loss? It's not so bad only doing it the once, but add consecutive decode & re-encodes & the sound quality can start to suffer.

    I make music edits often & if the source is MP3 they get saved as FLAC or WAV - both are 'lossless' & no further quality loss will ensue. If the source is WAV or FLAC, then I generally save them as MP3 to save space.

    If all you need to do is cut bits from the start, end, or a bit in the middle there are dedicated mp3 editors available such as mp3cutter - and I've just discovered there are online ones too - which might very well be how many tracks find their way online so be careful! What these do, is remove parts of the original file without decoding & re-encoding the file resulting in no generational loss.

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