Last night I ended up with 2 copies of the same song with some minor differences between them.
File 1 was 128kbps but was ~40 seconds longer.
File 2 was 256kbps but ~40 seconds shorter.
I wanted to compare them (yeah, I realize this is probably not the best way to do that) so I opened each up in a separate audio player and then spent half the song fiddling with the Pause/Play buttons trying to sync them up.
What I'd like is a utility that allows you to select two audio files, queue them (separately) to a specific part of the song (in case the audio doesn't start at the same time in the tracks), and have a play button that starts both files at the same time, which avoids the short delay when you have to move your mouse from one to the other.
Is this stupid? Is it hard? Is it crazy enough to do anyway?
Other potential uses:
Just to see how two different songs sound layered on top of each other.