#1
Alright pit monkeys, quick tech question. If I have 10 separate audio files in, say, WAV, how would I squish them all together into one big audio file?
#3
audacity is all you need....

you can convert the files to mp3 when you're done, fade them in and out, layer them, do all sorts of things...

and its fer free...
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#5
Audacity. Goodle it, it's free.
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