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Peter The Hegemon
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Since: 11.2.03
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I am trying to do a couple of simple edits to a couple of audio files--basically removing some chatter and stuff to have only the song. I thought I had a converter that allowed me to do it, but it turned out that I had to download another file from the same company, which I did, but no matter where I set the start and end of the file, it kept cutting off the end. I've tried a few free editors online, but none of them have the functions I need. And I'm having a very bad day and I'm very unhappy. Which doesn't really enter into my question at all, but I needed to say that.

Anyway, if anyone knows of a freeware program that will let me do this without making me want to smash my head against the wall (any more than I already do, anyway), I'd appreciate the suggestion. Thanks.
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Since: 9.1.02
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For any audio manipulation, I live and die by Goldwave. It's an old program, but it does everything I've ever needed.

Might take a bit of practice to get used to all of it, but once I became comfortable with it, I found it to be the most accurate and user-friendly editor I've used.
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I use mp3directcut: http://mpesch3.de1.cc/mp3dc.html



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Audacity is a go to program for stuff like this. I don't recommend it for anything large, but for simple, on-the-fly audio file editing, it's quick and easy.

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

You'll need the LAME library to export to MP3, but the instructions are at the link and it's pretty easy.

If your end result is some kind of online flash player, I recommend exporting to .WAV and converting to MP3 in something like iTunes. Yeah, it's a bit absurd, but I have had some issues with Audacity exported MP3s in things like the XSPF player.
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