LosslessCut is the swiss army knife of lossless video/audio editing for Windows, Mac and Linux. Its free and open source. In an earlier post, we used it to merge two video files for free on PC.
Today, we will show you how to use the same built-in tool to merge/concatenate two audio files, music songs, sound recordings. Before we get started, download this free video/audio editor program onto your computer.
Part 1. Three ways to import audio tracks to the editor
There are different ways you can add your audio files or music songs to LosslessCut. You can simply select all the audio files in Windows File Explorer, then drag and drop them to LosslessCut. You can also go to the File > Open menu, then select and add two or more audio files to it. Additionally, you can click Tools from the top menu bar, choose Merge/concatenate files from the menu list.
Part 2. Put your audio files in order
Once you have added all sound tracks or music songs to the editor, you will get the media file list on the left pane of the editor program.
On this Batch file list, you can sort your audio files alphabetically or drag and drop to reorder your songs, audios, voice recordings in the list. Put your files in the order you want them to appear in the final audio.
Part 3. Combine audio files into one
Click the Merge button above the batch file list, then customize the settings. For example, you can enable the compatibility check, select output audio format, choose output file name before you merge all audios, music into one.
Click the Merge button to combine all audio files and save it to the output directory of LosslessCut program.