An easier way to do it would be to select the offending song in iTunes, Get Info on it, click the Options tab, and change the stop time of the song. iTunes will stop playing the song at the time you specify instead of the actual ending point. <br><br>edit: I originally wrote the following but it isn't correct:<br><br>"That would be enough but if you want more, select the song again, choose the Advanced menu, and Convert Selection to MP3/AAC. This will make a new MP3/AAC of the song that stops at the time specified."<br><br>This actually makes a second MP3/AAC that begins at your stopping point and ends at the real end. In other words, for example, you could split a 4 minute song into two MP3s - one with the first 1:30 minutes, the second with the last 2:30 minutes.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by JThree on 07/20/03 09:33 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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