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Anyone Know How to Edit a Song?

I have to submit my music for my comp on Saturday, and i don’t know how to take a clip from a song and burn it.

Works great, I use it for making ringtones for my phone.

[quote]Testy1 wrote:

Works great, I use it for making ringtones for my phone.[/quote]

I have a question for you. I want the audio from a YouTube video. How can I download it or whatever so that I can listen to it without having to be on the Internet? I keep my drumset in a bombshelter under my house and it’s 20ft. down so I don’t get any wireless Internet down there. But there’s an unreleased drum track from John Bonham that I want to play along to down there. What are my options, if any?

[quote]DBCooper wrote:

[quote]Testy1 wrote:

Works great, I use it for making ringtones for my phone.[/quote]

I have a question for you. I want the audio from a YouTube video. How can I download it or whatever so that I can listen to it without having to be on the Internet? I keep my drumset in a bombshelter under my house and it’s 20ft. down so I don’t get any wireless Internet down there. But there’s an unreleased drum track from John Bonham that I want to play along to down there. What are my options, if any?[/quote]

Keepvid.com, just paste in the URL for the YouTube clip and it gives you a variety of options to download - video and audio.

Otherwise, Jdownloader is a free piece of downloading software that catches any links you open and again splits them into lots of audio and video formats to download.

[quote]RSGZ wrote:

[quote]DBCooper wrote:

[quote]Testy1 wrote:

Works great, I use it for making ringtones for my phone.[/quote]

I have a question for you. I want the audio from a YouTube video. How can I download it or whatever so that I can listen to it without having to be on the Internet? I keep my drumset in a bombshelter under my house and it’s 20ft. down so I don’t get any wireless Internet down there. But there’s an unreleased drum track from John Bonham that I want to play along to down there. What are my options, if any?[/quote]

Keepvid.com, just paste in the URL for the YouTube clip and it gives you a variety of options to download - video and audio.

Otherwise, Jdownloader is a free piece of downloading software that catches any links you open and again splits them into lots of audio and video formats to download.[/quote]

Sick! Thanks. Steve Jobs isn’t responsible for this technology, is he?

[quote]RSGZ wrote:

[quote]DBCooper wrote:

[quote]Testy1 wrote:

Works great, I use it for making ringtones for my phone.[/quote]

I have a question for you. I want the audio from a YouTube video. How can I download it or whatever so that I can listen to it without having to be on the Internet? I keep my drumset in a bombshelter under my house and it’s 20ft. down so I don’t get any wireless Internet down there. But there’s an unreleased drum track from John Bonham that I want to play along to down there. What are my options, if any?[/quote]

Keepvid.com, just paste in the URL for the YouTube clip and it gives you a variety of options to download - video and audio.

Otherwise, Jdownloader is a free piece of downloading software that catches any links you open and again splits them into lots of audio and video formats to download.[/quote]

Thanks this actually helps me also.

[quote]DBCooper wrote:

[quote]Testy1 wrote:

Works great, I use it for making ringtones for my phone.[/quote]

I have a question for you. I want the audio from a YouTube video. How can I download it or whatever so that I can listen to it without having to be on the Internet? I keep my drumset in a bombshelter under my house and it’s 20ft. down so I don’t get any wireless Internet down there. But there’s an unreleased drum track from John Bonham that I want to play along to down there. What are my options, if any?[/quote]

I use this http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/products/dvd/Free-YouTube-to-MP3-Converter.htm

They have a lot of cool apps.

[quote]Testy1 wrote:

Works great, I use it for making ringtones for my phone.[/quote]

I came to this thread to recommend Audacity. I started using it few years ago in a subject since we had to capture music from a vinyl and then fix the noise…and Audacity can do that. Amazing software.

You have to purchase a license with Keepvid?

[quote]Mike T. wrote:
You have to purchase a license with Keepvid?[/quote]

No, it’s all done through your browser. No software to install, be sure you don’t download any kind of software from there.