Is it possible to 'stick' 2 different mp3s to each other?

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  1. MDniteStryKR

    MDniteStryKR I'll come back to you when I'm dead! Staff Member Super Mod

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    I was wondering if there's any software out there that can 'glue' or join two mp3s together into one :confused:

    pls help

    thanks!
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    voice of god Prodigal Pyjamas Pervert Staff Member Super Mod

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    u mean one straight after the other, or playing at the same time?
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    Ronny Midi Mad Super Mod! Staff Member Super Mod

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    I have Cool Edit Pro and this is one of the features of it. Very easy to do!
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    MDniteStryKR I'll come back to you when I'm dead! Staff Member Super Mod

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    One straight after the other...so they play back 2 back..u see, i've two of these club remix songs that continue one after the other and i wanna burn em in2 a cd..and i like shuffling the tracks on my playlist so these two most likely wouldn't play back 2 back..so i thought if i could 'glue' em 2gether then my problem'd be solved ;)

    Ahh..nice..so where can i get that from?

    Thanks!
  5. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Cool Edit costs money. It will be a sad day, however, if I find any audio editor, freeware or not, that is incapable of doing the task you speak of, at least in WAV format. Even Yamaha's Tiny Wave Editor should do the trick: http://www.yamahasynth.com/d_pro/d_a3000/twe215.zip
  6. MDniteStryKR

    MDniteStryKR I'll come back to you when I'm dead! Staff Member Super Mod

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    Hehe i downloaded Cool Edit Pro + crack and i've already stuck both of em...there's still a teeny weeny gap between the two which i actually can perfect but it'd take loads of time and patience and which i unfortunately do not possess ;)

    Btw, i tried the link but it didn't seem to work..

    Thanks a lot VOG, Ronny and Zandro!!
    :thumbsup:
  7. Ghost13

    Ghost13 New Member

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    Forget time & patience.

    On the bottom left, you can use the magnifying glass icon to zoom into the file. Right click on the parts you want to get rid of. Use "Right Click>Split". Then "Right Click>Remove Block"

    Sorry, I cant explain it better but you should easily figure it out.
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    MDniteStryKR I'll come back to you when I'm dead! Staff Member Super Mod

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    Ahh yeah..thanks a lot!!
    i'll try that...i think i know how..thanks again!!
  9. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    If you want to delete a bit of silence between two tracks, choose Edit > Delete Silence...
  10. MDniteStryKR

    MDniteStryKR I'll come back to you when I'm dead! Staff Member Super Mod

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    Ahh yeah..i tried that but it didn't quite work since it's a word split into two...
    well i've already burned the mp3 in2 a cd and i don't remember noticing the tiny gap there so i'll just leave it as it is ;)

    Thanks a lot guys!
  11. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Too late to say, but you may have had Edit Smoothing enabled. Look for it in the Configurations screen.
  12. GabbiAngel

    GabbiAngel New Member

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    Why dont you download dbpower amp http://www.dbpoweramp.com/ convert the mp3s to wav and use windows sound recorder to join the 2 together, then use dbpower amp to convert back to mp3? It's all free.

    Gabbi
  13. MDniteStryKR

    MDniteStryKR I'll come back to you when I'm dead! Staff Member Super Mod

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    Awww...too late alright. it's ok, i'm a lil of a perfectionist so i'll try that anyway. thanks again!

    Thanks GabbiAngel but i think cool edit pro's good enough since i donwloaded it for free and cracked the registration as well :thumbsup:

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