How do you cut music out of a song to make it shorter?
Open iTunes. Right-click on the song you want to shorten. Click "Get Info." Then click "Options." There, it'll show "Start Time" and "Stop Time." Adjust the time you want it to start the song and stop it.
There are innumerable other ways of editing or manipulating a song to make it shorter too. If you know exactly what you want to cut out then audio production software such as Cubase and Pro Tools will let you do this. There are cheaper alternatives to those programs too such as Goldwave and Reaper.
If you have apple you can use garage band program and edit.
Zoom into the audio time line. Place the marker where you want to begin to delete the instrumental from, and press c (to cut) the audio track (make sure it's selected) then take the marker to the ending of the instrumental, and press c again, now select that cut out part, and delete it. Then move the remaining song to the beginning song.
You can remove most of the vocals from a song, but you can't remove the rest of the music without access to the source tracks, held by the album or artist. Remixes are done with the cooperation of the artist. With a MIDI file, you can selectively remove any or all of the tracks during playback, change the speed or key of the song.
How do you make your stirrups on the saddle shorter when they are already at the shortest they can be?
Cut them up and sew them shorter. Answer 2: If you need shorter stirrup leathers than you already have I would suggest going to buy a new pair of shorter leathers or having a saddler professionally shorten the long ones for you. If you have had the leathers for a while they may have stretched out and that is why they are so long, when this happens it is best to replace them with new…