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Whether a musician or just an amateur, you want to get a shot at editing and mixing your own music. This tutorial will help setup and edit/mix an MP3 file
- Download MP3 Editor for Free, a free program that provides an amazing array of multimedia and editing features.
- In the Welcome screen, select New File
- Customize the Sample Rate and Channels. Higher sample rates make larger and hi-quality files. Stereo drives sound through two outputs
- Assuming you have an exisiting song file, click Open in the Ribbon
- Select and Open the song you want to open… MP3, WAV, OGG, etc…
- Wait until MP3 Editor processes the file….
- On the bottom center, select the Zoom button, as shown below
- After some zooming, the sound waves will look very small. Now look for a silent spot ( no waves ) and click that spot with your mouse…
- Now go to the Ribbon. In the Editing tab, click Mix File
- Now select the file you want to mix into the first file…
- The Paste Mix dialog box appears
- Select the part in % of the song that you want to mix…. In this example we select 30%
- Select Insert Silence on the next option.
- Press OK
- Wait for MP3 Editor to process the file
- The second file is now mixed into the first file: In the case illustrated, 30% of Chris Brown’s “Turn up the Music is now mixed to the first part of Justin Bieber’s “All Around the World”
- To continue editing, select a portion ( shown in Blue) and Amplify, Reduce Noise, Change speed, Fade, Echo, or Normalize the volume of the selected blue part, as shown below:
- Congrats! You now have a mixed and edited MP3 song.
Note: Songs shown above: © Universal Music Studios. All Rights Reserved.