Concatenate audio files

  johnincrete 06:44 AM 08 Nov 12
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I have a folder of .wav audio files that were created in WavePad by "split file" from a long file. I want to join some of them back together prior to converting to mp3 for adding to a website. Obviously, I can use WavePad and create the file but I seem to remember a DOS command of the kind FileA + FileB + FileC = FileD. Is a simple concatenate available in Windows XP SP3?

  onthelimit1 08:52 AM 08 Nov 12

You been at the dictionary again John?

  Batch 09:18 AM 08 Nov 12

I've used this little application over the years. It will simply concatenate in a dumb fashion (which I guess will work with WAVs, but not files with headers like MP3s).

http://www.jddesign.co.uk/products/concat/concat-s.htm

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:48 AM 08 Nov 12
  johnincrete 04:09 AM 09 Nov 12

Fruit **at Tried it & it just sat and said it was processing but nothing happened, it would not respond to Cancel. In task manager it showed 50% cpu & I ditched it

  Ian in Northampton 12:05 PM 09 Nov 12

You can do this, I'm pretty sure, with Audacity, which is free.

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