You can concatenate any combination of AIFF, AIFC, WAV, NeXT/Sun, NIST and FLAC audio files, and other files that you have read into memory.
For instance, if you want to concatenate a 30-minute AIFF file, a 4-minute Kay sound file, and a 60-minute NeXT/Sun file, by saving them into a 94-minute WAV file, you do the following:
This only works if all the sounds have the same sampling frequency and the same number of channels.
The format of the original sound files may be 16-bit linear (with big-endian or little-endian byte order), 8-bit linear (signed or unsigned), 8-bit μ-law, or 8-bit A-law. The format of the resulting sound file is always 16-bit linear, with an appropriate default byte order. The following commands are available in the Save menu if you select any combination of LongSound and/or Sound objects:
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