How to Merge Various MP3 Tracks into One MP3 Track file

How to Merge Various MP3 Tracks into One MP3 Track file

Most people do not actually know that you can easily do a whole lot of computer works so easily and simply.. Like how to join your MP3 music tracks and make all of them become one file that will play non stop. You don’t need to click on any NEXT for the next tracks.

The import of joining your music files can stem from the need to categorize different kinds of musics – gospel, hip hop, reggae, blues, etc.

Let us see these simple steps to joining music files:

  1. Open a Command Prompt – you can do this by opening search on the Start menu and then typing Command Prompt, then click it when it pops outuntitled1untitled
  2. On the Command Prompt, navigate to the folder where your music files are.
    • in my case the folder is on my desktop. So I type cd  C:\Users\sylvudo\Desktop\Songs where sylvudo is the username for my PC and Songs is the folder where my music files are. Press Enter.
  3. Finally type copy /b *.mp3 newfile.mp3. Press Enter. This will copy all MP3 files inside Songs folder on your desktop and merge them into one MP3 file called newfile.

The newfile will be inside the same folder as other MP3 files. You can then simply copy it out to the location where you want.



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