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I would like to edit out some applause associated with some tracks that are already in the Itunes library and include album information. I can move the tracks to Audacity w/o difficulty. However, when I re-import to Itunes a separate file is created without the album information. What I would like to do is replace the original Itunes wav file with the Audacity edited version and not have to re-enter the associated information. Can this be done?
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