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Replace mp3-*-name.mp3 with the names of your songs (using Terminal, you can just drag and drop the file/names to Terminal and it'll add the name/path). The ">" is the output pipe, and the "joined-songs.mp3" would be the resulting name. You can change this to whatever name you want.
Tracked on: Chick Corea (126.96.36.199) at 2006 05 24 03:59:40
To save you a step here are some mp3 stream from NPR affiliates. Now if only I could legaly provide these streams via Podcast
Tracked on: Frances Gumm (188.8.131.52) at 2006 05 24 03:55:33
might do the job. Its for Linux (and Windows) but I would expect to be able to compile it under OS X.
Tracked on: Boy George (184.108.40.206) at 2006 05 24 03:52:29
To join songs, try the old DOS command COPY, like this: copy /b song1.mp3 + song2.mp3 + song3.mpg mysongs.mp3. That should work great.
Maybe you should try Google for a change ;) Google Search: Join mp3s, check the 3rd en 7th result.
Tracked on: Chick Hearn (220.127.116.11) at 2006 05 24 03:47:52
You can definitely do this in GarageBand. Simply drag the songs you want from iTunes to GarageBand and it automatically converts them. Then use the Export to iTunes feature. Works like a charm!
Tracked on: Monty Hall (18.104.22.168) at 2006 05 24 03:46:13
I am now happily converting RealAudio files into mp3 format and experimenting with bit-rates. I’d better make some room on that mp3 player for Bucky!
Tracked on: John Ford (22.214.171.124) at 2006 05 24 03:45:34
The price goes to Restiffbard. The iTunes Applescript does the job exactly the way I wanted it. Thanks a lot for your suggestions though, they will undoubtedly come in handy at some later point in time.
Tracked on: Chick Corea (126.96.36.199) at 2006 05 24 03:44:26
know garageband can do essentially what you're asking, maybe sound studio too. That old school classic app SoundApp was amazing and would probably work as well. I know it does work under classic.
Have you tried TotalRecorder? I believe it can record pretty much anything you want and output it as MP3.
Tracked on: Cary Grant (188.8.131.52) at 2006 05 24 03:31:37
Krekor "Kirk" Ohanian
For instance, I typed "cat" in my Terminal, and dragged three files from my iTunes Music folder in to the Terminal window, and followed with the > pipe and specified ~/Desktop ("~/" is Unix shorthand for your "Home folder") and the file went to the Desktop with the name I specified
I use a virtually unknown program called iTunes to merge MP3 files.
Tracked on: Elliott Gould (184.108.40.206) at 2006 05 24 03:30:19
Robert Allen Zimmerman
had a similar problem a while back where i wanted to split large mp3s (live sets) into parts, while there are quite a number of apps out there that can do it, i found most of them to be bloated or they required you to buy it, so i ended up writing my own little app in ruby to do the job and it works like a charm!