concatenate macro.

My aim is to concatenate around 100 mp3’s into one mp3 as I cannot find an audio player for my perfectly good maxed out Ipod ios 9.3.5 that will play multiple albums without interruption. Can someone knock up or point me to a macro that will do this?
Thanks in advance,

I don’t think this can be done with a macro, as a macro does not allow looping.

However, you can File > Import multiple files with Audacity, then Ctrl-A, then Tracks > Align Tracks > Align End to End, then Export. I can’t say I have done this with 100 mp3s, but it should work, in principle.

First you need to ensure that the files are in alpha-numeric order (this saves having to manually order the tracks in Audacity)

Then, Import all of the files that you want to concatenate.

Then “Ctrl + A” (select All)

Then “Tracks menu > Align Tracks > Align End to End”

and finally, Export.

(now why didn’t I think of that? :wink: )

I had an unfair advantage - Align End to End was one of the features that I wrote :wink:

Many thanks for your help. I didn’t want the huge file to loop btw.

I didn’t want the huge file to loop

Not having the music loop, having the Macro loop. Open a music file > Now do it again > Now do it again > Now do it again…

Macros can’t make decisions so it will never know when to stop.