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Track concatenation

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Deonildo, Feb 21, 2005.

  1. Deonildo

    Deonildo Member

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    Two questions:

    Which is the easiest way to concatenate music files?

    Which is the easiest way to concatenate mp3 files?

    Background:

    I am using a software that allows me to "Play" photos on a DVD player while playing either a MP3 or WAV file, (also recorded on the same CD). The software only accepts one music file and around 100 photos which take approximately 15 - 20 minutes to play (This is also a parameter to fix, U can fix, during the creation process, the number of seconds each photo is shown, and after that it cannot change). Most songs lasts 2 - 4 minutes long and even the most beautiful song u can imagine (Whatever that is) becomes unpleasant when played four to six times, continuously.
     
  2. djscoop

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    there are free audio editors like Krystal and Audacity, and other non-free ones like Sound Forge and Adobe Audition, with which you can combine multiple audio files into one single file. that should help with your concatenating issues :)
     
  3. Deonildo

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    Thanks, tried both, Audacy is easier thay krystal, for the concatenation issue, from my point of view of course, worked just fine.
     
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    no prob. never tried either one, but heard good things about them. I have the luxury of using Pro Tools :)
     

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