Sometimes music comes to you as one big file containing all the tracks and an small file containing the information where each track starts, a cue file.
If your player don't support cue-files you can use a splitter to generate a file per track.


A player with a lot of options.
You can use it to split an audio file.


To split a file, select the tracks or the album

Choose convert > convert to


Specify the decoder


and you get a file per track in the format of your choice


Medieval CUE Splitter

CUE Splitter is a freeware tool that split a single big audio track, mostly an album or a compilation, into individual audio tracks, using information contained in the associated "CUE" file.


It is not recommended as it might drop samples


CUETools is a tool for lossless audio/CUE sheet format conversion. The goal is to make sure the album image is preserved accurately. A lossless disc image must be lossless not only in preserving contents of the audio tracks, but also in preserving gaps and CUE sheet contents. Many applications lose vital information upon conversion, and don't support all possible CUE sheet styles. For example, foobar2000 loses disc pre-gap information when converting an album image, and doesn't support gaps appended (noncompliant) CUE sheets.