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I just downloaded an entire album all in one mp3. is there anyway i can split these into seperate tracks? I'm guessing that if i burn the mp3 as is it'll be all one song.

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Download Ahead Nero burning software...it has a feature that allows you to split up MP3's into seperate tracks.

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-Open Nero and import/drag the file into your new CD bin thingy...

-Now that your huge MP3 is in the bin...double click the file.

-The Audio Track Info menu should pop up with 3 of the follwing tabs on top:

1. Track Properties

2. Indexes, Limits, Split

3. Filters

 

-Click on the Indexes tab.

-It may take awhile, but the Oscilloscope view of your entire MP3 will show up.

-From there you can find where a song starts and ends by dragging the bar to any part of the timeline.

-Just press play to find out exactly where you want to start.

-When you've found a spot to start and new track click on the SPLIT button and there you go...a new track.

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It also may be easier to search for the beginnings and ends of your songs in Winamp. Simply look for the start and end times and from there rather than searching through the Oscilloscope view you can click the NEW INDEX button.

A new track should pop up in the menu to your left. Just double click the time and you can change it to where your first/second/...etc track will start.

 

Any questions?

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yo it worked perfect. thanks.. what else can you do with that thing.. can you make tracks louder if they were recorded low?

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yup..

 

Under the Filters tab click on Normalize and simply read the directions.

 

Easy as pie.

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