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Easiest way to do this is with a little
free one called Merge mp3. It will do just that--let you merge
one file onto another either at the beginning or at the end
however you like. You can even merge several files in the order
you like into one file. I use it to fix certain albums that would
sound weird if I played them as they come as separate files and
join them all in order into one file and then it sounds perfect
when played this way.
On 1/2/2017 3:05 PM, Governor staten wrote:
That's not what I wanted to do. I wanted to take one file and
append, or paste it onto the end of another file.
I did obtain good advice on how to do this from the audacity
blind mailing list. I got two responses there, and one of them
was simple. It also worked. :)
On 1/2/2017 9:31 AM, Felix G. wrote:
I assume you would like to merge two audio files such
that the result plays them simultaneously.
1. Open Audacity. An empty project will be shown without
2. Press ctrl+shift+i to import a sound file. Do this
repeatedly for every file you would like to merge. Every
imported file will appear in the project as a separate
Governor staten <govsta@...
schrieb am So., 1. Jan. 2017 um 23:01 Uhr:
Hello guys. I could use the
assistance of any audacity users out there. I have two
files that I want to make one file. How, with speech,
would I go about doing this? It's something fairly
simple, I"m sure.