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    Question join multiple flac's?

    How would one join multiple .flac files into one gapless .flac?

    thanks.
    Last edited by bionnaki; May 22nd, 2011 at 04:32 PM.

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    Re: join multiple flac's?

    Try audacity, open one, and drag the next file in after the first, then export it as flac.
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    Re: join multiple flac's?

    You could try shntool with syntax like the following:

    Code:
    shntool join -o flac *.flac
    You may have to experiment with the options for 'gapless' joins though...
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    Re: join multiple flac's?

    hell yah! that worked awesome!

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    Re: join multiple flac's?

    I tried
    shntool join -o flac 3.flac S.flac 1.flac S.flac 2.flac
    and got
    joined.flac in the order of: 1 - 2 - 3- S - S
    not what I wanted: 3 - S - 1 - S - 2
    I found sox will do it how I want it
    sox 3.flac S.flac 1.flac S.flac 2.flac 3.S.1.S.2.flac
    sox is dangerous - leave off the new file name and it destroys the last file with no warning! bye bye 2.flac - I'm testing with copies
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    Re: join multiple flac's?

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