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supra_celica Aug 22, 9:16am - #256060 

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Audio application question

Let's say you download a really long track, like over 20 minutes to a two hour set. How do you break that down into smaller tracks? Is there free software I can download to do this? I have lots of techo, house, drum-n-bass, etc., and I want to burn some of it to free up disk space. Where do I go and what do I do? Thanks!

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supra_celica Aug 23, 6:02am - #256062 

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Anyone?

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DJ_Curtiz Aug 23, 5:34pm - #256063 
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simple...

i use a program called sound forge
it opens the mp3 (or whatever the track type is) and you then select the first track, cut it, paste it as a new track, save it, then carry on from the original track to the end of your next track, cut it, paste it as a new track but this is now track 2.. repeat untill you have chopped the whole original track into induviduals.. you then burn these tracks as disc at once... your done

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Mp3Supply Aug 23, 5:46pm - #256064 

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or go more in depth.

CDR-Cue is a cue sheet creater, you can creat a cue sheet youself for it, and then use a program called "MusiCutter" and that takes the cue sheet and the mp3 and cuts them into individual tracks, andu can burn as you please. .. or make a whole cue sheet for one cd and burn it in nero as an image.

that is a very simple explanation. . . its more involved with that but once you do it it is easy after that . . .


use the method above if you just want to extract a 20min section. . .

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DJ_Curtiz Aug 23, 5:52pm - #256065 
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Originally Posted by Mp3Supply

or go more in depth.

CDR-Cue is a cue sheet creater, you can creat a cue sheet youself for it, and then use a program called "MusiCutter" and that takes the cue sheet and the mp3 and cuts them into individual tracks, andu can burn as you please. .. or make a whole cue sheet for one cd and burn it in nero as an image.

that is a very simple explanation. . . its more involved with that but once you do it it is easy after that . . .


use the method above if you just want to extract a 20min section. . .


I do this on 1- 2 hour DJ sets that are normally ripped as one whole mp3... it takes me nothing but 10 mins to create induvidual tracks..excluding burn time...Burning it as "disc at once" allows you to skip tracks and if you dont skip the track the CD still flows like one mix with no pauses whatsoever,,Im not sure why you think it takes longer than that ??? and what could be easier confused

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