Free Audio Joiner & How to merge audio files

Need a FREE audio joiner? Merge multiple audio files into one with Freemake Audio Joiner! Merge MP3, OGG, M4A, FLAC, WMA, WAV files together into a sigle music track. 10x faster than online audio mergers! Join files regardless of your Internet plan. **Best audio software of 2019!**

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Get the job done in these easy steps:
1. Download & install Free Audio Joiner
2. Add audio tracks to merge
3. Switch on audio joiner
4. Choose output format
5. Save the changes

How to join audio files free?


Download Free Audio Joiner

Download Freemake Audio Joiner on your computer. Please note that it can be installed only on PCs and laptops with Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and Win 10.

By default, you get an online installer that will load all the components from the Web. The offline version is also available for computers without the Internet connection.

The installation process is really fast. Just press the "Next" button all the time. Read the "Terms of use" and decide whether you agree to send anonymous reports about the program performance. The reports won’t contain any personal data, only Freemake logs.

Add audio tracks

Start the app after it's installed on your PC. Add audio files you'd like to merge together. You may import them using the "+Audio" button or simply drag-'n-drop the tracks into the program window. Add as many files as you wish.

They can be in any supported audio format: MP3, AAC, M4A, WMA, OGG, FLAC, WAV, AMR, AIFF, MP2, APE, M4R, AC3, etc.

Switch on audio joiner

Make sure that the sequence of the audio files is OK. In case you want to change the order of the files, just use your mouse cursor to move the tracks up and down in the freeware main window before merging.

Now pay attention to the upper right corner. Click the toggle to switch on the option "Join files". There will appear a preview of the future merged track.

Choose output format

Select an audio format to which you'd like to convert the consolidated audio file. This may be:

  • MP3 - the universal audio format for most music players & devices;
  • WMA - the native format of Windows Media Player;
  • M4A - the audio format for iOS gadgets and iTunes, etc.

You can also merge files into OGG, FLAC, WAV, AAC.

Select the "Optimal quality" preset and the freeware will automatically calculate the best sample rate & bitrate settings for your resulted file.

Save changes

Choose the destination folder for your merged track: it may be any location on your PC or cloud storage. Click "Convert" to save the changes of audio joining.

Using Freemake Audio Converter, you'll also be able to convert WMA to MP3 and other audio formats as well.