Magic Cutter offer a quick way to automatically cut audio file by file size, pieces count, time duration, silences between the tracks or even associated CUE file. The silence detector, for example, can automatically split an audiobook into separate chapters or remove unwanted silence from your recording. The built-in CUE Splitter lets you split a large audio file, such as an album or DJ set, into tracks using data from the associated CUE file.
- Edit Audio Without Loss of Quality
Edit your audio files without having to convert them! This means that the quality of your audio will remain unchanged no matter how many operations you do on it.
- Manual or Automatic - Your Choice
Sounds are visually represented in waveform, so you can visually position cut lines where you want to cut. You may not even need to perform any manual edits to achieve fantastic results! Special features offers a quick way to automatically cut audio file by file size, pieces count, time duration, silences between the tracks or even associated CUE file.
- Locate and Split Silences
The silence detector lets you split an audiobook into chapters or remove unwanted silence from your recording.
- CUE Splitter
The built-in CUE Splitter lets you split a large audio file, such as an album or DJ set, into tracks using data from the associated CUE file.
- Split Audio by Size, Time or Number of Parts
Magic Cutter offers a quick way to cut audio file by file size, pieces count, time duration or custom selections.
- Remove Unwanted Content
Remove unwanted content in manual mode or use silence detection feature to remove silences automatically.
- Create great-sounding ringtones
Create great-sounding ringtones with a single click using the “Crop” and “Fade” features.
- Visualize the Sound
The visual representation allows you to clearly see the song's structure, and never be surprised by a break anymore. This simplifies every task because everything happens right before your eyes.
- Add Effects
Magic Cutter allows you to easily add effects, including the ability to fade tracks in, and fade them out.
Magic Cutter supports only MP3 file format.
- Pre-Listening Made Easy
Magic Cutter features a built-in player, making pre listening simple and easy.
• Magic Cutter updated to 64-bit version
• Removed support for aac / m4a file format
• Minor fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Great little app. One or two small things would take it over the top.
This app is incredibly helpful and saves me a ton of time. I have language dialogs with long silent spaces. I was considering hiring a college student for $8 an hour to cut them all out for me. $10 one time and this app does the work for me. The great thing is that you can manually adjust the cuts as well. I find that I’m opening it for far more purposes than I originally envisioned. For a quick cut out of something, this app is a lifesaver.
Three things that do bug me:
1) There is often a faint audio artifact—a little chirp at the beginning of the cuts. He ought to find a way to detect and eliminate those automatically. If I was using this for high quality music it would be a deal breaker for me.
2) It would be nice if keyboard shortcuts worked. When I’m switching between audio and video editors, it’s frustrating to hit the space bar here and have nothing happen. The same would be true with the zoom.
3) It would be nice to be able to zoom in further.
This app saves me tons of time and I love it. If these things were fixed I wouldn’t have a single thing I could complain about. Either way, though, I think you’ll like it.
Saves a lot of time!
I installed this app to help me split podcasts. I can take excepts I like from the podcast and save them in my library. It won't convert my .mp3 to .wav or anything like that and I don't have to write a .cue file. Just click on a start-point and end-point. Easy as that! As many separate tracks as I want. And you can listen while you work to make sure it starts and stops when you want it to.
Problem in fade out when cropping
I've noticed right away a problem when cropping clips and applying a fade out.
The end of the clip leaves a small strip of sound without the fade out… so when you arrive at the end of the clip the volume suddenly raises to a normal level for a fraction of a second. Quite annoying since the purpose of the fade out is to achieve a smooth exit from the clip.
I paid for this app (instead of using Audacity for free) just for the convenience of a slightly faster way of achieving a simple task.
I hope the developer fixes this issue, otherwise I will consider asking my money back.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.