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I recently bought some comedy cds off of iTunes and was wondering if there was an application that would combine all of the mp3 files into one file. If anyone has any info about an application that can do this please do tell!
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any decent audio editor should allow you to stick them on to the ends of each other and save as a new file. pretty sure audacity can do it, but i haven't had that experience with my mac yet - i used to do it all the time with cool edit on my windows box. are you just trying to paste them together or do you want them to overlap in interesting ways?

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any decent audio editor should allow you to stick them on to the ends of each other and save as a new file. pretty sure audacity can do it, but i haven't had that experience with my mac yet - i used to do it all the time with cool edit on my windows box. are you just trying to paste them together or do you want them to overlap in interesting ways?
I wanted to put them together one after another so just add them no overlaping. I'll try audacity and tell you how it goes.
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If Audacity doesn't do it for you get a copy of Amadaus, it will do the job.

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Not exactly sure what you are wanting to do, but if they are simply audio mp3 tracks, can you just ad them to a New Playlist (let's be crazy and call it "Comedy") and arrange the order to your liking... Maybe gapless playback if you like.
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I recently bought some comedy cds off of iTunes and was wondering if there was an application that would combine all of the mp3 files into one file. If anyone has any info about an application that can do this please do tell!
GarageBand?

Not sure if GarageBand will handle Mp3 files with DRM but you could try.

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Not exactly sure what you are wanting to do, but if they are simply audio mp3 tracks, can you just ad them to a New Playlist (let's be crazy and call it "Comedy") and arrange the order to your liking... Maybe gapless playback if you like.
I thought of that but when I do shuffle songs I wanted the Comedy C.D. to be one file so I wouldnt have 20 seperate ones I would have to skip past them.
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I have used this app http://www.splasm.com/audiobookbuilder/ to combine files into audiobooks to play on my iPod . If thats what you want to do
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I have used this app http://www.splasm.com/audiobookbuilder/ to combine files into audiobooks to play on my iPod . If thats what you want to do
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