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Monday, February 5, 2024

TWO FREE Tools For Cliping Audio Files

 TWO FREE Tools For Cliping Audio Files

With the advent of video shorts online, it could be a good idea to select clips of one's music to appeal to the fast-moving interests of viewers.

This post covers two free tools for clipping audio files into short files.

Clideo audio cutter software

Clideo offers an online MP3 cutter that allows users to trim audio files of any format. It’s user-friendly and intuitive.

You can either move two markers to select the desired length or input the exact time in seconds.

The tool also lets you fade in and fade out your music track and convert it to various formats.

Clideo works with popular formats like MP3, OGG, WMA, and WAV.

Your audio quality remains intact even after trimming.

How to clip audio files with Clideo - step-by-step

1. Add an audio file from your device (PC, Mac, Android, or iPhone).

2. Cut the uploaded song by marking the desired beginning and ending.

3. Download the trimmed music.

Ratings - very easy to use

Get Clideo at this link.

Using Audacity to clip audio files for free

Audacity is a free audio editor and recorder widely used for recording and editing audio.

It’s available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

You can download it from the official website.

Step-by-step tutorial on how to clip audio files using Audacity

Let’s walk through a step-by-step tutorial on how to clip audio files using Audacity, the free and powerful audio editing software:

  1. Download and Install Audacity:

  2. Import Your Audio File:

    • Open Audacity.
    • Go to File > Import > Audio… and select the audio file you want to clip.
    • The imported audio will appear as a waveform in the Audacity workspace.
  3. Select the Portion to Clip:

    • Use the Selection Tool (looks like an “I” cursor) to highlight the portion of the audio you want to keep.
    • Click and drag over the waveform to select the desired segment.
  4. Trim the Selection:

    • Once the portion is selected, go to Edit > Trim.
    • This will remove everything outside the selected area, effectively trimming the audio.
  5. Preview and Adjust:

    • Play the trimmed segment to ensure it sounds as expected.
    • If needed, you can further adjust the selection by dragging the edges.
  6. Export the Clipped Audio:

    • Go to File > Export > Export Selected Audio….
    • Choose the desired format (such as MP3 or WAV) and save the clipped audio to your preferred location.

And that’s it! You’ve successfully clipped an audio file using Audacity. Feel free to explore other features like adding effects, adjusting volume, or applying fades to enhance your audio editing experience. Happy editing! 🎧🎶


 Audacity is great for music production as a free tool, but I did not use it for this feature.

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