Written by Pavan Kumar on August 1, 2010
Though there are lots of mp3 splitting freewares and sharewares, they are no match for the current generation of tools which do the same job on a single page of your browser. Nobody would like to install a software to perform a small job which need not be performed again. We shall see two online free services to cut mp3 files to tracks of desired duration.
The two web services for splitting mp3 files are cutmp3.net and mp3cut.net. Both look very similar in their names and does the same job, but there is one major difference for which I prefer the first one. Coming to the features of both the tools, they do the same operation, takes your mp3 file and desired starting and end points as input, splits the file and provide the split mp3 for download.
Both the tools are very simple to use and fast in processing. You can mark the initial and final duration through a slider and can also listen to the selected part to make sure you have marked the proper selection points. The only difference between the tools is that the former does not upload your mp3 file to their server, but the latter does and this results in a comparatively slower performance.
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