MP3 long track

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I have a MP3 file, that is kind of a Nonstop song, it's 1 hour and 30 minutes long, but in this 1:30h there are remixes of 30 songs. (hard to explain). It's like a normal album, but has no pause between the songs.
I'd like to know, if there is a software, which i can separate this songs, like, creating tracks (01, 02,...), maintaining the nonstop style.

I use Nero to burn my CD-Rs, but it only do tracks, when you crate a VCD.

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With Nero 5.5 (and presumably 6) it 's easy to put markers for tracks 01, 02, etc. etc. Just open the wave file you want with nero wave editor. click the wave where you want the second track/marker to start and drag /highlight the first track portion back to the start of the wave. The first track is now highlighted. click on edit, click 'Copy to file', enter name (track 01 or whatever) and save it. click back on 'Edit', click 'Delete' and the still highlighted first track will dissapear. continue in this fashion for as many tracks/ markers as you want.

Open Nero burning rom, drag and drop the tracks in the correct order, highlight track 02 down to the last track. RIGHT click on the highlighted tracks, click on 'Properties' go to 'Pause' change from 2 to 0 seconds (the first track's 'Pause' must be left at 2). burn your disc and it will play thru seamlesly but you will be able to jump to any track/ marker.
 
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