Simple audio editing and combining

philsimmons
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I am running Windows 10.  I am not an audiophile, but I need to combine and do minor editing with a variety of audio clips.   I don't mind paying for a program that will let me import a few audible files and put them end-to-end and then save it as a new file.  What is the best bet?

Thanks,

Phil
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Ryan ChongSoftware Team Lead

Commented:
For Audio Editing alone, you could try Audacity:

https://www.audacityteam.org/
Jackie Man IT Manager
Top Expert 2010

Commented:
If you no need to adjust the volume level, you can download and install HJ-Split to merge all files into one .

http://www.hjsplit.org/windows/

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I've tried Audacity, VLC and Audacity.  Maybe I need to spend more time learning them, but I can't see how to open one MP3 file, then attach another MP3 file to it to make a combined MP3 file.   I used to have a "Wave Editor" that did that, but don't know where to find one now.

Thanks,

Phil
IT Consultant / Solutions Engineer
Commented:
Goldwave.  It is free, simpler to use than Audacity, and still packs the features needed by pros.

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Goldwave isn't free, but it does the trick.

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