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Using Musicmatch Jukebox to make sound clips

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by BryenWorscht, Sep 18, 2003.

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  1. BryenWorscht

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    I have a mini 4 track digital recording studio that saves musical data to a SmartMedia card. But what I am now trying to figure out is how to record 45-minute compositions from a cassette tape to my digital recorder as a one track recording. The fact that I have a 32mb card allows me to fit only 33 minutes of music on it at a time at the most. I would like to be able to record the first part of a 45-minute music composition onto my recorder and then store that data onto my hard drive as either a .wav file or an .mp3, then erase the card, and record the rest of the tape onto the digital recorder for a second file on my computer. So, is it possible, using MusicMatch Jukebox, to create a file 45-minutes long from two separate shorter-length music files? And if so, how do I do it?
     
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    I don't think you can. You'd have to find a MP3/WAV splicer/combiner, there's many good ones that are free.
     
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