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I need help in combining multiple mp3 files into one single mp3 file.

Hi all...

Our A/V team records all of our pastor's sermons to CD for distribution to the congregation. I have one in my possession.  In an effort to make a single mp3 file from the CD recording I used Windows Media Player to "rip" the CD to an mp3 format. The result was that the "rip" created 11 separate mp3 files. So in short in didn't  give me what I expected. So.... Now that I have these 11 files, how can I make them into one single mp3 file.


Or... Is their a way to create a single mp3 file from ripping the CD?

Thanks for your help.
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pcwizz1
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dbruntonCommented:
MergeMP3 should do what you want.

http://www.shchuka.com/software/mergemp3/index.html
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
I use fre:acc http://www.freac.org/ and you can select output only 1 file. I used to use iTunes but the join seems have disappeared in later versions
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Christopher Jay WolffWiggle My Legs, OwnerCommented:
Another one I have a lot of fun with is Sound Editor.  It is a Metro app.   I've only used it for one project but find no bugs with it.   You just open your MP3 file and copy and paste all your MP3 files together into one, at whatever junctions you like.  It can also record from your microphone.  Similar concept to making one Word doc out of 11 different Word docs.  It is published by McCalla and you can see some screen shots at the link below.

http://windowsmetrostyle.com/app/sound-editor/9D-rvWX_wkGAjQDfasCMHg
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pcwizz1Author Commented:
Just PERFECT!!!!!
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