A simple lossless MP3 audio cuter. Open the file, select the range, listen, and then save.
Required OS: not specified
I would prefer if I could manually slice where I want, rather than relying on the auto-detection, which has a habit of chopping several seconds of audible audio. The sensitivity controls are junk, so raising the sensitivity results in no slice at all. Also, if you are on PPC, stick with version 1.0.3. It is much more stable. I couldn't use ver. 1.1.1 without frequent crashes.
works well! auto-detects silences in intervals you set. GREAT for splitting chapters in an audiobook that was ripped all together. THEN try using Audiobook Builder to put it back together but as an iTunes Audiobook format complete with chapter bookmarks! wonderful!
The latest version is 1.1.1 and it is Universal Binary.
Go to the application's website and download it from there:
Crashed for me too, then I went to check the info and realized....oh yeah, its not a UB....PowerPC only here peoples. And can't say I was too fond of the little advertisement upon loading it.
This app crashes every time I've tried to use it. OS X 10.4.8 MacBook Pro Intel...
It works well and simply. If you record long lectures or music sessions, then this is a good little application for you.
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