Free Software to Join/Merge/Combine Multiple MP3 Files Into One

The MP3 merging field is crowed, however most mp3 joiners are not free. Meda MP3 Joiner is a free, light and simple utility devoted to combining several mp3 files into a new one. Joining multiple music tracks ripped from CDs or separate chapters from an audiobook into a single one was never easier.

Free Software to Join/Merge/Combine Multiple MP3 Files Into One

Attention! All the source mp3 files must have the same bitrate, for example, 128kbit, otherwise they will not be joined correctly. You can use the buit-in audio converter ships with AIMP to make all the source audio files have an uniform bitrate.

Operating Meda MP3 Joiner is easy, you can drag and drop mp3 files from Windows Explorer into the main window, adjust the sequences with drag and drop, insert a new mp3 file or delete an exist one. It also has an id3 tag editor which allows to edit the following tags for the output mp3 file: album, artist, title, year, comment.

Meda MP3 Joiner equires no decode/encode process, there is no quality lost.

Alternatively, Audacity, an open source and powerful audio editor, can also be used to merge mp3 files, mp3DirectCut is a free utility designed to split mp3 files. FFSJ is a free program which allows to split large file into multiple small files and vice via.

The supported platforms include but are not limited to Windows 7 and Windows XP.

Meda MP3 Joiner is a 1.47MB download available from the developer’s website and Softpedia.


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