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Music Editor 9 Months ago  
For those who like to use music in their gaming sessions, and would like to be able to cut some tracks to get the good bits, WavePad is a nice program that's intuitive enough that even I can use it.

I just finished editing down some tracks (such as isolating the "shattering mirrors" and the "shining light of death" sections from the finale of Stardust) and I'm pleased enough with my results to put up a link to the WavePad site.


What's your go-to music editor?
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Re:Music Editor 9 Months ago  
I've used Audacity over the years for sound editing for various work-related projects. I'm a multimedia tech and sometimes I might not have access to the best software or just need some simple feature so Audacity works great.

It's free and open source, and can be found here: audacity.sourceforge.net/download/
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