How to Merge MP3 Files Without Software

You can Merge mp3 Files without Software. Yes it’s not a difficult job to merge Mp3 files in Windows.

How to Merge MP3 Files without Software

If you are going to merge pieces of music, audio effects or some audio files, you should draw support from the Windows PC . Surprising to read that, but that’s true. Follow the steps below to merge. We are using MP3 files for this tutorial but you can also use wav, m4a and other audio formats.

Combine audio files with the Command Prompt

Before you get started, make sure that the files you want to combine have the same extension and file format. Put all your MP3 files in the same folder.

Combine audio files with the Command Prompt

Open Start and search for command prompt, right click and run as Administrator.

Type the drive the folder is. To do so, type the letter of the drive followed by a colon {i.g. “D:”) and then press Enter.

Then type in “cd.” Press the “Space” key on your keyboard. Type the name of the folder after the space and press enter.

cd ceofix-music

Only one line of code is needed to join multiple mp3 files: copy /b *.mp3
Then a space, and the name of the destination file, mine is ceofix-mix.mp3. Then press enter.

copy /b *.mp3 ceofix-mix.mp3

copy /b *.mp3

You can find the merged file in the folder with your audio files.

That’s all



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