For instance, you can first decode the MP3 to raw PCM, edit it in a wave editor and then re-encode it back to MP3.
This method not only excludes processing options, but it also requires more time and effort from your side.
Another advantage of using MP3Cutter is the fact that you don’t have to install it. The application is portable and you can simply keep it on your local disc or on a memory device and run it whenever you need to cut MP3 files. At the same time, your Windows registry will not be modified and no traces will remain after your remove the application.
MP3Cutter’s interface is easy to handle and both batch processing and the drag and drop file importing method are supported, for greater user convenience.
MP3Cutter makes it easy to cut your music file at the exact place you wish, due to its built-in player. Listen to the music and simply mark the starting and the ending positions.
Another useful options you can enjoy with MP3Cutter are creating CUE lists, editing ID3 tags, renaming files, setting the application to cut audio tracks automatically, and viewing project properties.
The last version of MP3Cutter was released many years ago and it had been improved with an extended export feature, allowing users to export items in the cuesheet in any format without indicating filenames.
MP3Cutter may not display a very elegant or advanced interface, but its functionality and low resource usage still recommend it to anyone looking for a reliable MP3 cutting tool.
Other less effective methods for cutting MP3 files affect quality or prevent you from using editing options (normalizing, adding reverb, etc).