How to Trim a 60-Second Sound on TikTok [Quick & Easy]

Looking for a way to trim exactly 60-second audio on your TikTok application? Well, this post will demonstrate how to do it before and after the video recording. Moreover, we also provide a more straightforward solution to trim a 60-second sound with only three steps. After the trimming, you can import it into TikTok to match your video.

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Larissa Updated on Feb 21, 2023| min read

A Quick Guideline:

TikTok is such a welcomed video-capturing and sharing platform that has been popular among young people. You can use this app to record various kinds of videos and upload them on the platform. When you post a video, you also need to choose the right sound to match the video content. You may want to add certain background music or sounds when recording videos or even make a story with 60-second audio clips.

how to trim a 60 second sound on tiktok

TikTok is self-sufficient enough to provide the feature to trim a 60-second sound before or after the video capturing. TikTok offers tons of music and audio in its library, and you can also import the audio that you like. You can use it to customize the points when you want the sound to start, which will make your video more unique and attractive. Here's how to do that:

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The sound trimming feature on TikTok only allows you to trim a piece of continuous sound in certain audio. It doesn't support patching up multiple pieces of music for one video. If you want to do so and make your video more attractive and appealing, you can turn to help from some professional tools, like EaseUS RecExperts. It is a Mac and Windows screen recorder with a video editing function. It supports trimming TikTok sound, trimming voice recordings on Windows, etc. With it, you can trim a 60-second sound with more flexible options.
For more information, skip to the Bouns part for detailed instructions.

Method 1. Trim 60-Second Sound Before Recording on TikTok

Trimming the sound before recording on TikTok can allow you to adjust your video recording better to match the sound. Follow the steps below to trim a 60-second sound before recording.

You need to ensure the audio duration is longer than 60 seconds.
Don't set your camera mode at a certain point of fewer than 60 seconds.

Step 1. Open the TikTok app on your device, navigate, and tap the "+ (Record)" option in the lower part of the screen.

Step 2. Tap the "Add a Sound" icon on the top, then choose one from your Audio Library or the My Music folder. Make sure the sound duration you choose is longer than one minute.

Step 3. Click the "trim"(a music icon with scissors) button on the right side of the screen to adjust the length of the sound.

Step 4. Drap the waveform to let the music last for 60 seconds, and click the red checkmark.

Step 5. Now, you can start your TikTok recording.

Trim TikTok Sound Before Recording

Method 2. Trim 60-Second Sound After Recording on TikTok

If you have already finished the video capture, it is also feasible to add a piece of 60-second music on TikTok after the recording. Now, let's start:

You need to ensure the audio duration is longer than 60 seconds.
Don't set your camera mode at a certain point of fewer than 60 seconds.

Step 1. Launch TikTok on your phone, click the Record(+) button to record a video, or upload one from your library.

Step 2. Click the Music icon at the bottom-left corner of the video, and select or import a piece of music you like. Remember that the music time should be more than one minute.

Step 3. Drag the waveform to 60 seconds. You can choose where to start the sound as you like.

Step 4. Tap the red checkmark button to finish.

Trim TikTok Sound after Recording

[Bonus] Trim Tiktok 60-Second Sound with EaseUS RecExperts (3 Steps) 

EaseUS RecExperts is an all-in-one tool that combines the features of screen recording, video & audio recording, video & audio editing, screenshot, game capturing, online video recording, etc. It is also a webcam recorder that can capture your personal video. It offers multiple options to trim a 60-second sound for TikTok with ease.

One of the most advanced features that EaseUS RecExperts offers is that you can listen to the sound frame by frame while trimming, which makes the process more professional and precise.

It only requires three simple steps to trim a 60-second sound for TikTok with EaseUS RecExperts:

Step 1. Launch EaseUS RecExperts, and click on "Recordings" to open the audio trimmer.

Open EaseUS Media Player

Step 2. Import your audio file by clicking the "Import" button in the lower right corner.

Import files

Step 3. Choose the scissor button to cut or trim your audio file. Once done, click "Save" to export the trimmed audio file.

Trim audio

How to Trim a 60 Seconds Sound on TikTok FAQs

Here are some frequently asked questions about how to trim a 60-second sound on TikTok:

1. How do you trim a long sound on TikTok?

There are two available methods to trim a long sound on TikTok. You can trim the sound before or after the screen recording. But remember that the time duration of the original sound should be longer than the trim length.

2. Can you edit the length of a sound on TikTok?

Yes, of course. While editing the sound, there is a waveshape representing the rhythm of the audio. Drag the process bar to adjust the length of the sound freely.


Trim a 60-second sound on TikTok isn't a difficult task if you are familiar with the TikTok app. It allows you to trim the music before or after the video recording. But the TikTok trimming only supports editing one piece of continuous music. 

If you are looking for a more advanced tool that can clip and splice multiple different audios, EaseUS RecExperts will be an excellent option. With sundry options, EaseUS RecExperts makes it easy to create a wonderful TikTok video, download it, and try it.

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