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MP3 Audio Editor

How to Insert Files or Silence?


Introduction

MP3 Audio Editor is able to insert another audio in whatever position of an audio. You can also insert silence to your music for the amount of time you need to delay a section while insert silence to your telephone ringtone to play for a second later. Download and install MP3 Audio Editor first.

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Step 1. Input an Audio File

Launch MP3 Audio Editor. Click "Open" (1) to activate a browser window, in which you can select an audio file from your computer (2). Then, click "Open" (3) to input the audio file to program.

Tips: All the files of the supported formats can be seen in the "Open" window & if you want know other formats supported, activate the "Files of type" dropdown list at the bottom.

Input an Audio File

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Step 2. Select the Position You Want to Insert Files/Silences

Click the waveform (1) or enter the precise pms (2) in "Selection" box to locate the position you want to insert the files/silences.

Select the Position You Want to Insert Files/Silences

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Step 3. Insert Files or Silences

Click "Edit" tab (1).

To insert files: Click the drop-down arrow of "Insert File" (2) and there are three options for you to choose: "Begin", "Current" and "End". Click one of them (3) to activate the Open window. Now you can browse to the location of your audio file and select the file (4) you wish to insert. Click "Open" (5) to load the selected file to the position you have chosen.

Insert Files

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To insert silences: Click the drop-down arrow of "Insert Silence" (6) and there are three options for you to choose: "Begin", "Current" and "End". Click one of them (7) to activate the "Insert Silence" setting window. Enter the silence time (8) and click "OK" (9) to insert the silence to the position you have chosen.

Insert Silences

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Step 4. Save the Changes

Go back to the "Home" tab (1) and you can save the file by clicking the "Save" (2).

Save File: to save the changes to the edited file.
Save File As: The file that has been edited can be saved with a different file name and/or location.
Save Selection As: to save just the highlighted selection to a file.

Tips: If you are a preliminary user, the presets applied by easily dragging the slider would be very convenient and works for most situations; if you are familiar with the audio parameters and want to get some PRO quality, suit yourself and adjust the numbers.

Save the Changes

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