I would duplicate the song first.<br>Drag it on the desktop.<br>Open in Quicktime Player.<br>Move the little sideways triangle to where you want to cut out the pops, in your case it would be the one at the right end. (there are two little triangles, one at the beginning of the track, and one at the end.)<br>Got to edit--->cut<br>Open a new player window file--->new player<br>Now edit-->paste in the new player<br>Now export the movie Movie to MPEG4<br>click on the option button to add more options.<br>click the save button<br>Import back into iTunes<br><br><br>My Stuff
Another solution might be to use WireTap (a freebe). It records any sound on your computer as a aiff file. Record the part you want to keep and then convert the file. A simple solution for simpletons like me. Get it here.<br><br>drjohn<br>[i]My photographs[i]
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