I am going through some old cassette recordings of songs I recorded converting them to mp3 files on my PC, but have encountered a problem with one long track. The system I am using is Tape2PC from PC World, the software it came with is EZ. My problem is with a long song, 5min 28sec long and although the EZ window shows continuous recording to the song end, when it converts to ITUNES (ITUNES is the stipulated software format) the song is stored as two files, one, 1min 27secs long is named as the song, the second 4min 01secs is "untitled". I get a continuous playback of the two tracks on the PC, but my concern is I that if I send these files, a receiving PC or CD will receive/record these as two separate tracks. The song is separated at a quiet spot, but there is continuous sound throughout the song. Is there a maximum song length, or file size, accepted by ITUNES, is it possible to direct ITUNES to receive this song as one file. Many thanks if someone has the answer.