This tutorial article is for all y’all who might not have a lot of audio editing software at your disposal, or not want to learn a new software package. I always wished for a way just to split those live recordings up into compostion chunks easily and directly in iTunes. Little did I know it was there all along. Do remember that in advanced tab of iTunes prefs, you can make the choice to just work in AIFF format as well as MP3 format, as this article discusses.
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