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Merging audio tracks (frustrated music lover)

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
Can any one help, I have 15 or so dance tracks I would like to merge them so there is no gap in between tracks. I have managed to do so but I am unable to fast forward to the next track as it is 1 music file!
I have tryed using Nero with the options of no gap in between tracks but there still is a gap there.
Any Ideas?
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Audacity? http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

Free software - just drag the files in and drag them close together - should be fairly easy!
#2
try "album wrap" i used it 2 or 3 years ago to get more on my mp3 player..
might do the job
#3
Cheers guys thanks for the reply
#4
Let us know how you get on :)
#5
If you want them professionally mixed give me a shout ;)
#6
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Let us know how you get on :)

Looks like a hard programme to work with. As soon as I get a little time I will have a bash.
A freind of mine has told me .....you can't have 1 music file yet skip to the next track in that file.
There must be a way to do this, its just like adding chapters in a movie file!
#7
MinstrelMan
If you want them professionally mixed give me a shout ;)


Thanks for the invite.
#8
thisismark
Looks like a hard programme to work with. As soon as I get a little time I will have a bash.
A freind of mine has told me .....you can't have 1 music file yet skip to the next track in that file.
There must be a way to do this, its just like adding chapters in a movie file!


You can in Sony Acid Pro 6 (formally Sonic Foundry)

again its a very difficult application to use but you can specify the output file to be 1 contiuous track... as an mp3 file, or burn directly to a CD as a continuous mix with track marks....

give me a list of these 15 tracks and I'll work my magic, its about time I got back into it :thumbsup:

If they are already from a mix cd and just lost there seemlessness when ripping then upload them and ill join them all back up.
#9
How do I send the tracks to you?
Many thanks for your help

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