AppleMacSoft MP3 Splitter for Mac is designed to help you split large audio files into smaller pieces. The application works with MP3, M4A, and AAC files, which you can cut easily by means of a set of handy splitting criteria.
The program comes with a simple, clean, and uncluttered interface. All the main features are placed conveniently on the main window so that you can enable them with ease. Loading the audio file you intend to split is done easily, either by dragging-and-dropping or by searching for files within a browsing dialog accessible from the drop-down “File” menu. The utility provides an embedded audio player that will help you listen to the original track before starting the cutting process.
The splitting features are comprehensive, allowing you to split large files into equal parts based on several handy filters. Therefore, you can split the selected item by time, file size, and a custom number of resulting files. In addition, the tool has the ability to detect the silences in an audio recording and offers to remove them automatically. The silence detection mode is highly customizable, as it enables you to set the minimum level of decibels, as well as the minimum silence and sound duration – whenever these parameters are reached, the split is done automatically. Obviously, you can set the cut points manually – the displayed waveform graph is a great asset, as it helps you determine the fragments to extract accurately. You will also appreciate the program's ability to apply fade in and fade out audio effects to the new files, which will result in a natural and smooth playback.
With both manual and automatic split options, the program covers most of your audio-splitting needs. You can use it with confidence whenever you want to extract specific fragments out of a large file or cut a long audio recording into smaller pieces.
- Embedded audio player
- Displays waveform graphs
- Silence auto-detection
- Fade in and fade out audio effects
- Comprehensive split features
- Supports only three audio formats
- Splitting by size is done exclusively in Megabytes – a lower unit measure is not provided