How do you combine .wav files into one file?

Post » Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:01 pm

I have a number of test tones I'd like to combine as one wav file in Sound Forge. Loading a file, copying it and then pasting it to the next file works well. However this is a large pain when you have many individual files. Is there a way to do it in SF without doing this? I have run the words "combine, "add", "mix" and several others through the Index option of Help but no results seem to point to what I wish to accomplish. It is possible that I don't understand the Help verbage.
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Post » Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:54 pm

If you have the full version of SoundForge, then you're also entitled to a free license for Vegas LE. You can simply drag all your .wav files onto the timeline and then render them to a new .wav file.
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Post » Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:14 am

Thank you very much Chienworks! Yes, I have the full version of SF6.a. I *think* I even downloaded Vegas LE at the time and have it on a CD with all that came with. Totally ignorant about Vegas but I'll install it and stumble through it.

I've read many of your responses on this board. You are to be commended for your helpfulness and your ability to "hold your tongue."
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Post » Fri Apr 01, 2011 9:24 pm

Rendering to new track may be a problem Chein, as I remember, when I got Vegas LE with SF-5, The "LE" version of Vegas would not perform the function "Render to new track", which the full version does do. But that may have changed, since I had the Vegas Audio LE, but I would check it out anyway to see.
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Post » Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:07 pm

rraud: It will, however, let you render to a file.
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