Sound editing software

May 12, 2007
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I have a program called Polderbit Sound editor.
With this I can cut down an mp3 to any size I want. So now instead of having a whole song taking up space as a ringtone, I can chop it down to 20 seconds at any part of the song I want.
The software is pretty cool because it allows you to also record any sound coming from your pc.
Say you want some obscure sound from a random website, and there is no way to download it, just turn on Polderbit and record it.
 

pb30

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I have a program called Polderbit Sound editor.
With this I can cut down an mp3 to any size I want. So now instead of having a whole song taking up space as a ringtone, I can chop it down to 20 seconds at any part of the song I want.
The software is pretty cool because it allows you to also record any sound coming from your pc.
Say you want some obscure sound from a random website, and there is no way to download it, just turn on Polderbit and record it.
You can also do this in iTunes (its fairly rough though). Right click a file -> Properties -> Options -> Set start/stop time to the section you want -> Right click and convert to AAC.

You then have your ringtone. Be sure you unset the start/stop time on the original file.
 
May 12, 2007
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Ok cool. I didn't know that.
I guess I could have saved some money, oh well.
 

Lazarus

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#4
google a prog named "switch" as well a pretty handy free prog to have
 

fredthedog

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mp3DirectCut is the one I have been using forever. No need to reencode..
 
Jul 19, 2007
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hey do u have the keygen for the editiing program? "Polderbit Sound editor"
 

fdot

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on my mac i use "mp4 converter"
pretty good
 

AllanGT

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Cool edit Pro is a decent one for all the old school editors out there :cool: