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mp3DirectCut 2.19

mp3DirectCut Editor's Review

Edit your mp3s without the need to decompress your files with this free mp3 editor and recorder.

With a light-weight build and a straightforward interface, mp3DirectCut is a fast and easy way to edit your mp3s. It doesn’t decompress your files for editing, which cut backs drastically on disk space used and encoding times, while preserving the original sound quality.

Alongside the basic editing features you’d expect with an audio editor, additional features also include ACM or Lame encoders, cue sheet support and auto cues. There are no groundbreaking additions, but all the essentials are present and correct; this makes it the perfect companion for someone looking for a straightforward way to edit live concert recordings or sort audio books into individual chapters or tracks.

With a lightweight, stable build, mp3DirectCut is a fast and reliable piece of freeware with a focus on speed and ease-of-use. The interface is simply laid out and provides easy navigation for those less computer-literate amongst us.

Pros: Lossless MP3 editing with fast processing times.

Cons: Lack of advanced features and options.

Conclusion: For anyone looking for some basic editing and track separating, mp3DirectCut is a free and easy way to edit and record MP3s with no quality loss and a really low encoding time. But despite its impressive speed, this software will prove a little too lightweight for those looking to roll their sleeves up and do some serious editing.

What's New in Version 2.19 of mp3DirectCut

- Optional timeline in the audio graph
- Split save issue on Batch fixed
- Cleared out some Lame settings
- ID3v1 genre bug fixed
- Icon resolution improved

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