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Software to add / subtract time of songs


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Hi,

does anybody know a software to subtract or add the times of songs ?

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If you are talking about editing audio then download audacity

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No- I don't want to edit audio - for this I have Logic pro.
I want to add and subtract times of songs. One song is 1 minute and 45 seconds, another song is 3minutes and 26 seconds. These times (and many other times of diferent songs) I want to add. (or substract) As you know 1 minute does not have 100 seconds - so I cannot add it with a normal calculator.

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free online calculator - link

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You could use wolfram alpha
3m:10s+2m:55s - Wolfram|Alpha
Type in something like 3m:10s+2m:55s

Or this online one
Time Calculator - Computing - ScottSeverance.us
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