Every smartphone comes with a stock voice recorder app which allows users to capture any sound using their phone. These audio recorders are usually very limited. Many editing features are missing. For example, you can’t merge two or more audio files. If you want to combine multiple audio recordings into one file, you may have to use third-party audio editors. In this article, we will use this free music editor to merge two audio tracks into one on Android phone.
Run the free audio editor app on your mobile, tap Merge Audio in the Main functions section on its home screen. You will then see a list of all audio recordings and music songs on your phone. Tap to select audio tracks you want to join. Tap to play an audio file to make sure you choose the right file. If the sound track you want to combine is not listed, switch to the File Browser to manually find and import it to the Music Editor.
Touch Next button at the top right corner. Drag and drop an audio, recording or song to change its order in the list. Tap Save button to join them together. You will also have the chance to give the merged sound file a name before saving it.
All your audios, recordings will be merged into MP3 files and saved to My Creations > Merged in the music editor. You can also find them using any file explorer app. Just browse to Internal storage > DCIM > Music Editor > Merge.