Getting Started

Cute Mp3 Cutter is a easy-to-use and powerful mp3/wma/wav/midi/ogg/aiff/wavpack cutter, it enables you cut out any favourite part from a song easily, automatically convert to mp3 format.

Using Cute Mp3 Cutter you can:

  • Make mp3 ringtone from songs
  • Increase/decrease volume
  • Speed Up/Slow Down music
  • Convert mp3/wma/wav/midi/ogg/aiff/wavpack to mp3
All you have to do is follow these steps:

Step 1.Open music file

Click "Open" button, choose the music you want to cut.

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Step 2. Mark cutting position

Click "Play" button

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Click "Mark Start" and "Mark End" button to mark start position and end position

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You can preview your selection by pressing "Preview" button

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Step 3. Add sound effects (optional)

If you don't want to add sound effects for generated mp3 file, you can SKIP this step.

Increase Mp3 music own sound volume

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Fade-in effect (Gradually increase music volume)

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Fade-out effect (Gradually decrease music volume)

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You can also preview your selection with sound effects, just press "Preview" button

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Step 4. Start cut and save as

When satisfied after preview, you can click "Output" button to start cut.

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Transfer generated mp3 file to cell phone, set as ringtone.

There are three ways to transfer your ringtone to your phone: USB, BlueTooth, and Email.

Via USB and BlueTooth
If your cell phone has USB or BlueTooth capability, transfering your ringtone to your phone is simple. Just follow these steps:

  • Connect your phone to your computer via a USB cable or BlueTooth.
  • Follow the steps indicated in your phone's user's manual.
  • Once you have transfered the file, locate it on your phone and set it as your ringtone.

Via Email
If your phone does not have USB or BlueTooth capability, you can try Emailing your phone and sending your ringtone along as an attachment. Most cell phone carriers give each phone its own unique Email address. This Email address usually consists of the phone number and a generic email format such as: YourPhoneNumber@ExampleCompany.com. You can find an extensive list of these Email addresses by clicking here. When you know your phone's email address, follow these steps: Email your phone and attach your ringtone to the Email. When your phone notifies you that it has received the message, locate the ringtone in your phone. - Different phones handle incoming messages and attachments differently, so be sure to consult your user's manual if you cannot find it. Once you find the MP3 on your phone, set it as your ringtone.

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