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I have a big mp3 file which comes from ripping a full CD. I would like to split it into one file per song. It will be great to find a software that can split the file automatically, detecting the start and the end of each song.
If you yet have the CD, ripping audio with a file per song can be done by using \"Sound Juicer\", which will allow you to choose how to rip the media from the CD. This way you will have an mp3 file per song. And the task to mix down all the songs into a large file will be easily achieved by Audacity, just in case you need to do it so.
mp3splt works well. How well depends on what you have to start with and what you expect for results. More inputs = more outputs. If you know the number of songs contained in the large mp3 files, this helps to tell you the number of output files is correct. You MUST have silence sections between your songs in the large mp3 file. The key for mp3splt is to find the correct value for \"th\". If \"th\" is too low, you may have too many outputs, so all your songs are fragmented. If too high, your songs will not be split, and you may may have more than 1 song per split. Let's assume you have a large file and nothing else: eg no index for titles or times.
Media attention and word-of-mouth have driven huge numbers of Internet users to the Napster and MP3.com sites as their legal struggles played out. Media Metrix, a firm that tracks use of Web sites, reports that the use of the Napster song-swap application is the fastest growing application it has ever tracked on the Web. MP3.com now reports hosting over 500,000 music files and, according to our estimates, Napster users have about 1.5 billion music files in circulation.
So far, the availability of MP3 files is less a boon to new artists than to established, familiar artists. Eighty-six percent of music downloaders have captured music they had heard before, by artists they were already familiar with. And 69% of music downloaders had searched for new music by artists they were already familiar with. Still, there are encouraging signs that online posting and marketing of music can work for new artists. Thirty-one percent of music downloaders had loaded songs onto their computers by an artist they had never heard before.
Twenty-eight percent of music downloaders say captured music that they already own in another form (CD or tape) and 63% downloaded new music. This is a marked change from our June 2000 report, in which 13% of music downloaders said they captured music they already owned and 81% downloaded new music. Since the demographics of music downloaders have not shifted significantly in the last few months, it is possible that their behavior has changed. Music downloaders may be using services like Napster to expand their music collections and replace the music they own on old cassette tapes with new digital versions of the same material. Or, there is another possibility for this increase in the number of people reporting they have downloaded music they already owned in another form. More respondents may be giving what they perceive to be a legally safer answer to a question about the type of songs they download.
When asked which of three services they use for accessing music files, 69% of music downloaders said they have used Napster, MP3.com, or both. Just 7% had used Gnutella, a file-searching program that is not operated by a company and is often cited as a probable haven for music downloaders if their access to Napster and MP3.com is curtailed.
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