Reducing MP3 size is the only way to go if you want to add more mp3 files on your portable MP3 player, especially if it has a small storage capacity. However, you surely don’t want the quality of your MP3 files get ruined by excessive size reduction. MP3 Quality Modifier is a freeware that was created to handle this problem. It was specifically built to reduce mp3 size while maintaining the audio quality. More »Tags: mp3 software
Need to clip an mp3 song? You can do any of these using an audio editor, but the effort it takes usually require more. An audio editor usually has many features and sometimes you have to find out hard enough the feature that can clip mp3. Hence, this MP3 clipper freeware utility can be put into your consideration if you’re looking for a simple way to clip a part from an mp3 file. More »Tags: audio tool, mp3 software
Split MP3 is a freeware that was built to provide the easiest way for anyone, especially a novice computer user, to split mp3. The straightforward of the features and the design allow anyone to split mp3 files without having to spend their times reading the help document or learning tons of features.
Split MP3 is an alternative to MP3 Cutter Plus, which is also a freeware, that has been mentioned here a few days ago. It works the same way like MP3 Cutter Plus. More »Tags: mp3 software
MP3 Cutter Plus is a free MP3 software designed in such a way so that any user can cut any of their mp3 files without having to ask for a help from others. It is a simple dead utility. The extracted portion is said to have the same quality as the original’s. More »Tags: mp3 software
If you have a large number of mp3 files that are suffering from low volumes and wonder how you can increase the volume of each file easily, you should take a look at this freeware. This free mp3 volume adjuster can help you to increase mp3 volume easily. If you have trouble doing so when using other mp3 editors possibly due to their tons of advanced features, then you should try it. More »Tags: audio tool, mp3 software, portable software
When we listen to MP3 songs, oftentimes we catch volume differences from one song to another song. Sometimes the differences are significant that we have to lower or increase the volume manually. Listening to music is supposed to cheer you up, not to give you such a trouble. Most audio player software nowadays indeed has a volume normalization feature to equalize MP3 volumes, but you probably find it rather useless. Even though with the volume normalization option turned on, you still notice that your MP3 songs have different volume level from one song to another one. So, how to fix this volume level problem? More »Tags: audio, audio tool, mp3, mp3 software, mp3 utility, mp3 volume, portable software, windows free software, windows freeware