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SuperEZ Wave Editor User Guide

How to Join Music?

The music joining tutorial contains the following steps:

1. Activate File Merger Tool

2. Input Audio Files

3. Specify Output Settings

4. Start Joining

Required Resources

SuperEZ Wave Editor Pro™ 11.3.1 or later
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SuperEZ Wave Editor Pro is an all-purpose audio editor for experts and home users (for Windows). It is an advanced version of SuperEZ Wave Editor with more features provided, like an audio joiner to join, combine or merge audio files. With this joining tool, you can join multiple music files to one larger audio file without re-compression or quality loss in just a few second.

Music Joining Guide

1. Launch SuperEZ Wave Editor Pro. Click "Tools" button and choose "File Merger" tool from the dropdown menu. Then, the file merger window is activated.

Activate File Merger Tool

2. Now, add audio files to the merging list by clicking "Add Files" or by dragging & dropping. It also allows you to copy & paste the files to the task list. If needed, adjust the sequence of merging list by dragging the added files. You can also remove one or all the added files by clicking "Delete" or "Clear" button.

Input Audio Files

3. Choose an output format from the dropdown menu of "Export Format" (There are MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG formats). Click "Settings" button to specify output settings. Many well-configured presets or configuration parameters of each format are provided to meet your demands.

Specify Output Settings

4. Click "Merge" to select the output folder and give a filename for the joined audio file in the browser window. Then, click "Save" to start joining music. The audio files are completely joined when the process bar disappears. Now, you can enjoy the joined music on your music player.

Start Joining


To convert the music files, just choose "Convert" mode & the added files will be converted one by one to the specified output folder and format.


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