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A Good, easy MP3 editor?

Discussion in 'Exploring everything under the sun!!' started by BeauJ, December 19, 2004.

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    1. BeauJ

      BeauJ Moderator Emeritus

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      I bought a cable to hook from my phone to the USB port on my computer so I could make my own ringtones. I bought MAGIX mp3 maker 2005 and it's an absolute piece of garbage. A lot of my files are WMA and it won't let you play/edit them.

      All I want to do is take snippets from a song and be able to possibly loop them. Anyone use a editing program that is easy, because the MAGIX is way too complicated and no instructions? Recommend one?
       
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      Bump. Anyone at all?
       
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      might I suggest converting your wma's to mp3's? then editing?

      try www.tucows.com for free/shareware programs. bound to be something there.
       

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