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Old 11-06-2006, 09:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys ive been cruising the forums for a while and I was just curious if anyone knows a good program to split songs for my ringtones. I have a ton of songs but some songs arent worthy to be ringtones. I just needed a splitter to get key parts of songs so I can load those up as ringtones . thanks for any input
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Hi guys ive been cruising the forums for a while and I was just curious if anyone knows a good program to split songs for my ringtones. I have a ton of songs but some songs arent worthy to be ringtones. I just needed a splitter to get key parts of songs so I can load those up as ringtones . thanks for any input
I have been using Polderbits for about 9 years. It's inexpensive and works well. I modify all my tunes with it.

Check out my MySpace page for some samples of my work. [link below].

Polderbits can rip any sound going through the PC, whether from a CD, movie, or online streams.

You can make ringtones with either an MP3 or WAV extension.

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Download sound recorder software, save cassette to cd & lp to CD

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I use the free open source program Audacity. You can open the MP3 chop it, fade it out, make it shorter or whatever.

Just Google Audacity.
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I use the free open source program Audacity. You can open the MP3 chop it, fade it out, make it shorter or whatever.

Just Google Audacity.
I also use Audacity...works like a charm. Best of all, it's free...open source.
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Come on guys, give the man a link...

Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder
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GoldWave - Audio Software

not free, but goldwave is spectacular software. you can do virtually anything to the sound with the audio filters and shapers. very power and still very easy to use. also, its not hard to 'borrow' the program for a long time...
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Thanks guys you are the best
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I don't know about the other programs mentioned, but Polderbits is primarily a "ripper" program, meaning you can capture sound from any source [CD, PC, web sites, etc.] and then save it into any format you want.

The editing is rudimentary. You can cut, paste, crop, fade in or out, etc. It also has some filters and an equalizer. The controls are easy to use.

But it's mostly a sound capture program. I don't know if the other programs have that capability. For example, if you were on YouTube and heard some funny sounds coming from a clip [dog barking, cat meowing, person yelling] you could open Polderbits, play the video and capture the sound. Some people capture streaming music, which may not be legal, but I hear they do such].

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Careful what you say... these guys charge a lot of $ for assistance. I had a problem a few days ago and I think I owe $1000 already
I find Audacity works really well for ringtones. Convert them to mono to cut down on the file size!
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Careful what you say... these guys charge a lot of $ for assistance. I had a problem a few days ago and I think I owe $1000 already
You "think?" I KNOW! Pay up deadbeat.
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audacity, learned how to split a track and used it as a ringer, very easy also look at there forum.
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