How to Merge Songs or Audio Files in 3 Steps

Do you want to merge two or more songs together to create your very own continuous playlist? In some cases, merging songs into a single file can be a big help – particularly if you want to ensure that every song smoothly connects to the next and that the player does not have to read individual files when it transitions between songs.

While it may sound like you need specialized audio software to merge songs, as a matter of fact the only thing you really need is Movavi Video Editor. It may normally be used to edit videos as opposed to audio files, but is certainly more than capable of merging songs while also providing you with a few nice little extras that may come in handy.

 

To merge the songs with Movavi Video Editor just takes a few steps:

 

  1. Click ‘Add Media Files’ and select all the songs that you want to merge.
  2. Check the ‘Timeline’ where your songs would have been added by default in the order that they were selected, and start to adjust the sequence by dragging and dropping them in place as required.
  3. Click ‘Export’ and save the file by selecting the ‘Save Only Audio’ option and then choosing both the format as well as the destination folder.

 

If you follow these steps, your songs will be joined together in the sequence you set up. However, part of the benefit of using Movavi Video Editor is the fact that you can also utilize its other features to trim out any unwanted parts of the songs that you added, extract the parts that you want, or even add ‘fade in’ and ‘fade out’ sound effects if required. Also you can regulate the audio volume as and how you see fit.

 

Assuming you decide that you want to use the songs that you’ve merged as background music to a video of any kind, just add the video file into the software as well. Once you’ve done that you can then start to explore the video editing features that come with Movavi Video Editor – including starting to cut and combine video segments, enhance the video quality, apply special effects, insert customizable text, as well as transform the frame and orientation, and much more.

 

It won’t take you very long at all to merge MP3 files, or audio files of any other format under the sun really. In fact, learning to use the complete array of Movavi Video Editor’s features in general will probably only take a few minutes and will give you a ton of flexibility when it comes to editing both video and audio files.

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