For this tutorial we are going to use 1.
1. 'yourSong' , MP3 file available using this URL: favorite song 2.
The lyrics of the song can be easily searched on the internet
knowing the title and artist. Copy the txt file of the lyrics to your computers clipboard (use Ctrl C) Instructions: 1.
Open 'your_Songmp3' using Winamp. Do not play the track yet. 2.
Open LRC Editor 4.0 and paste contents of clipboard to the editor's work area (the white area). Ensure that the lyrics are arranged one line after the other, vertically oriented. 3.
Type song info at the corresponding areas: Title, Artist, Album, Editor. You can also select the language using the drop-down menu. 4.
To insert time tracks to the lyrics, use 'F5" button of your keyboard. The trick is you have to hit F5 when you hear the first word of each song line. Most songs begin with instrumentals. Like on our sample MP3 file, 'Oh' word from 'Oh oh yeah yeah' line played 00:21.05 seconds after initial playback. 5.
Having those techniques in mind, continue inserting time tracks for your project. You can control Winamp using the buttons on the editor. You can pause for missed lines, stop Winamp etcetera.
Take note that the cursor where you insert time tracks automatically shifts down the next line as you hit F5 button. In case you shift to a blank line, just hit the down arrow of your keyboard to shift to the next line. 6.
When you are finished with inserting the time tracks, save your work as *.lrc file.
By default, the editor saves lyric files in 'Artist' - 'Song Title' format. That is important to know since you should also save your MP3 file in that format for Mini Lyrics Magic to recognize the *.lrc file. Hence, 'Leo Sayer - More Than I Can Say.mp3' will recognize 'Leo Sayer - More Than I Can Say.lrc'.