Last week we told you about two useful tools that allow you to reduce the size of MP3 files by lowering bitrates and adding album art to MP3 files, now both these tools are really useful for managing your digital album, but there are times when you just want to store a small part of the MP3 file instead of storing the entire MP3.
In such cases a freeware software called MP3 Cutter will come in pretty handy. MP3 Cutter allows you to split MP3 files, you can easily cut or trim a part of the MP3 and then save it as a entire new file.
MP3 Cutter also features in embedded audio player which allows you to select segments that you should be sliced, the good part about this is that it slices MP3 without reducing the quality.
To split a MP3 select the section where you want to start to cut from and mark then select the end point, once you have marked the selection you will see the time in the actions section, click on the cut button to slice the MP3 and store it as a new MP3 file.