At times you may want to merge multiple songs together to create a single audio file. Typically you may want to do this in order to create a continuous playlist within a single file, or to simply combine songs that you regularly listen to together.
If you want a way to be able to join your songs regardless of the format that they’re in – Movavi Video Editor is your best bet. While it might be a ‘video’ editor, it has a comprehensive set of features to deal with audio files as well and in this case will make it easy for you to join your songs.
Assuming you already have the songs that you want to join ready, just launch Movavi Video Editor and select ‘Create project in full feature mode’. After that click on ‘Add Media Files’ and select all the songs that you want to join.
If you look over to the ‘Timeline’ in the lower part of Movavi Video Editor’s interface the songs that you added should appear there – in the order that they were added. To re-arrange any of the songs just drag them around until you’re satisfied that they’re in the right order.
Once you’re satisfied, you can save the songs by clicking ‘Export’ then selecting the ‘Save Only Audio’ tab. All that remains is to select the format that you want to save your audio in, and you can click ‘Start’ when you’re done and you will have successfully used Movavi Video Editor as an audio merger.
Before saving the file however, you could use Movavi Video Editor to trim out any bits of audio that you don’t need by splitting it and deleting the unwanted parts. That may be useful at times to avoid any segments that have too much ‘dead sound’.
Additionally seeing as Movavi Video Editor is designed to edit videos, you’ll have a lot of other features you can take advantage on that front too. In fact if you want you could add a video to go together with your merged audio file, and apply special effects, insert captions, add transitions, and much more.
At the end of the day it is entirely up to you whether or not you wish to use the full scope of tools in Movavi Video Editor. Considering you now know how easy it is to join songs with its help, why not start there – then see if there’s anything else you’d like to do later.