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Wave Splitter

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I rely on a variety of audio tools for handling my day-to-day editing tasks, but there are times when I’d rather not load an entire file into memory before I snip a few seconds from an hour long track. Wave Splitter saves the day in this regard because I can grab the audio segment I want without wasting all the load time of pulling the entire file into memory and tracking down the exact section I want. The app works by defining a start and end point to the clip you want to create and then snipping that audio segment from the file. You audition the selection prior to clipping it, to make sure you get what you want, and then import the new clip into your favorite audio editor or sequencer. The app was perfected several years ago, so it hasn’t received any new updates. It does what it should without any hassle and remains one of the best tools for the job when one of the more full featured audio editors seems like the wrong tool for the job. [Windows 9x/2k/XP $0.00]

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