How to Merge MP3 Files
An avid music lover is most likely to merge his or her favorite artists' songs into a single files for better enjoyment. Even if you aren't a music enthusiast, you'll probably want to merge lots of intersected MP3 clips into a complete audio file. To merge MP3 files seamlessly, you can use a reliable MP3 merger to help you do this effortless.
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Step 1: Import MP3 files to this MP3 merger
Import all MP3 files you want to merge to this MP3 file merger. To do this, just click "Import" option to import your local MP3 files to the User's album, or directly drag and drop these target MP3 files from your computer to this app's album.
Step 2: Merge MP3 files
Drag the added MP3 files from your album to the Timeline at bottom one by one. Note that these MP3 files are arranged according to the play order. So if you need to exchange the location of two MP3 files, just free drag them to your wanted position. But don't put one file to another, or you'll split the file. To view the effect in real time, you can click the Play button in the Preview window.
Step 3: Edit MP3 file (Optional)
Before conversion, if necessary, you can also edit one or several MP3 clips. Click one of your wanted audio clips on Timeline and then click Edit button to open the editing panel, where you can change the speed, volume, add effects like Fade in & out and so on.
Step 4: Export a complete MP3 file
When everything is done, hit the "Create" button to open the Output window, and then select MP3 output format in the "Format" tab. In this way, you can get a new MP3 file with all your desirable audio content. That's all.