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Audio files too long!?

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Hi everyone,


I've got quite a lot of songs on my laptop (like 500+) but half of them go over 10 minutes. All the songs I've downloaded are between 3 - 6 minutes so basically when I play the ones that go over there's no audio. How do I cut the files all at once to where the song actually ends?


Like for example, I've got the song Through The Rain by Mariah Carey and the file is 8 minutes long. The song itself is 4 minutes. How do I cut it to around the 4 minute mark?


I hope you understand what i'm talking about lmao (I'm bad at explaining things)


Thank you for reading :)

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I'm going to take a wild guess and assume you didn't download these legally, because if you did, you wouldn't have this problem. howsabout you purchase the music legally?

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