As the saying goes, a sharp tool makes work easier. If you want to splice a brunch of separate music files together but know little about audio editing, a simple and easy-to-use music splicer will definitely make you much more productive. Free HD Video Converter Factory seems to be strange to you, but it exactly simplifies the workflow of audio splicing. Without further ado, I'll guide you through how to splice songs together. Download the freeware below and follow the instructions.
Run Free HD Video Converter Factory, a clean and intuitive interface will appear with two main self-explanatory modules: "Converter" and "Downloader". To splice audio files, click on "Converter" button.
Click "Add Files" or "Add Video Folder" button to import all audio files you want to splice together. There's also an easier way, just drag and drop music songs into the interface. All songs will be listed in the workplace with basic information.
Note: It supports nearly all common audio formats like WAV, FLAC, MP3, OGG, etc., but you have to add at least two songs for splicing.
Click on "Merge" button on the top bar to open a window where you can splice audio files in an arbitrary order. Press "Merge" button to create a "Pack 1" in the below section, and you're also allowed to create multiple packs to splice different audio files. Next, drag and drop music songs into each pack, then rearrange the music sequence. Once everything is all set, hit "Merge" button.
Press the profile format on the right side to expand the full list of 500+ presets. Navigate to "Audio" category and select any profile as the output audio format.
This free music splicer even allows you to customize audio parameters by opening "Parameter settings" window where you're able to change audio bitrate, select channel mode, choose audio sample rate, and increase/decrease volume level.
Specify a destination folder to save the spliced file on the bottom, lastly, hit "Run" button to splice audio files together.
That's all the simple guide on how to splice audio files with Free HD Video Converter Factory. Compared with those online music splicers and editors, this offline desktop program is no doubt more efficient and productive without the limits of file size and network connection. Hope this guide is of some help to you. Please share this post on your social media if it deserves a thumbs-up. Thanks for reading!