I've recently been recording some audio onto my PC, and the finished result occupied 10 separate MP3 files. Having separate files for each track or song can often be a good idea, of course, if you might want to listen to each one separately. But in some cases, it's useful to be able to merge separate MP3 files into one, to simplify your listening and the storage of the file. And so it was in this case. Which meant that I needed to find some Windows software that could do the job.
After trying a couple of programs I eventually opted for MP3 Album Maker, from MakeItOne. It's a tiny download of less than half a megabyte, is malware-free according to VirusTotal and Web of Trust, and did the job perfectly. Just fire up the software, choose the MP3 tracks you want to merge, and the program does the rest. You end up with a single track that you can simply play all the way through without having to repeatedly load up different files into your player.
And it's free too. So head to http://www.makeitone.net/downloads/index.htm#MP3M and see what you think.
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