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  1. Member
    Join Date: Mar 2011
    Location: Paris, France
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    Hello

    I didn't know which keywords to use in Google to find how to do this.

    A friend needs a song in MP3 to be played twice without doing anything special on the CD player. What Windows application can I use to create a new WAV file that is effectively the original MP3 file played twice in a row?

    Incidently, she uses Sonic RecordNow to burn CDs, so I'll have to find how to create audio CDs with that discontinued application.

    Thank you.
    Last edited by yetanotherlogin; 19th Jun 2014 at 08:57.
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    I didn't know which keywords to use in Google to find how to do this.
    yeah,, that Google search can be way complicated!
    they oughtta invent a way to make that easier and not so complex!

    at least provide a course on 'How to Ask the Google'
    (they do actually)
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    Join Date: Apr 2003
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    I have never used that software, but I found this:

    http://www.wikihow.com/Burn-Music-Using-Sonic-Record-Now

    Try dragging the mp3 file to the burn list twice.

    Brainiac
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  4. You can open an MP3 with MP3DirectCut, high-lite the whole file, copy it, navigate to the end, paste what you copied, and then save that as a new MP3. If that makes sense....

    You're just using the standard Windows copy and paste function to duplicate the MP3 then re-save it as a new file.
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  5. Every audio editor has cut/paste abilities. Open the mp3, select all the audio, copy, put the cursor at the end, paste, save as wav. If you don't have an editor try Audacity. It's free.
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    Thanks, Audacity worked fine to copy the song and save it as WAV.
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