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    olaaf
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    I have been downloading some large mp3 audio files which when converted to wav will not fit on a cd...I need to find a simple program that allows me to break these into parts so I can burn them on more than 1 cd. I fooled around with Cool Edit a bit but its way more than I need. Can anyone suggest a good alternative(s) ??
    Thanks

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    Nero wave editor

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    sound forge

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    If you want to cut MP3/WAV files into smaller peices...

    MP3 Sound Cutter

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    Actually, you might not have to cut them up at all. Standard CDs can fit ~80 minutes of audio, even if the size of the wav file is over 700MB. However, if the big mp3's are over 80 minutes then you will have to do some cutting.
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