I don't have access to my Internet radio at work (no streaming services allowed), so I stream the radio at home and end up with a huge file (Ogg Vorbis).
I like 90% of the music but 10% not and I would like to be able to randomize the playback, for that I would need to cut the large file into smaller chunks that separate at the beginning and end of a song.
Its okay if I need to select that start and end point manually but the tool must have a streamlined way of selecting part of the large file and producing a smaller file from it. Ideally overriding the larger file with a one that has the small part cut out.
I have a slight preference on linux and open-source but neither is required, I have access to all mainstream OSs. Easy to use interface (for my task at least) is a must have as I'm not a audio editing expert and don't aim at becoming one.
As I pay 50$ / year for the radio already I would accept to pay for the program as well, but as I'm not aiming at professional software it should not be too expensive.
Legal notice: This action is allowed by the laws of my country as long as I don't play the music publicly which I don't plan to do.