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Combining Multiple Tracks Into One File

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Mar 16, 2017 Mar 16, 2017

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Hello - new to the forums here, so apologies in advance if I am asking something the wrong way.  I have an Adobe Audition multi-track session made up of about 40 individual tracks.  I would like to combine (merge down, whatever) all of these tracks into one long individual file that I can then edit.  I would like for these individual tracks to come together in order, however whenever I select them all and then mix them down to a new file, or bounce them to a new track, all of the audio plays on top of each other.  Is there a way to do what I am wanting to do?  I swear I have seen this done before, but I cannot remember how for the life of me.  Thank you in advance!

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Community Expert , Mar 16, 2017 Mar 16, 2017

You have two methods; either place the files one after another on a single track, and mix that down - or use Waveform view and Open>Append. This will put each track at the end of the previous one, and then you just have to save the resultant file.

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You have two methods; either place the files one after another on a single track, and mix that down - or use Waveform view and Open>Append. This will put each track at the end of the previous one, and then you just have to save the resultant file.

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Alaska Joe: You may find what you're looking for in this tutorial:

Audio mixing for beginners

Export a multitrack session from Audition

Record and edit music (check out Video #4)

Hope this helps.

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Mar 17, 2017 Mar 17, 2017

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This is what I was looking for, and of course as soon as you posted it I remembered.  I have worked with Audition on and off again since the Cool Edit days, and you would think I would not forget such a basic thing, but for some reason I just had a brain fart in the wee hours.  Thanks for the reminder!

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Nov 10, 2020 Nov 10, 2020

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Try Joyoshare Video Joiner. That's what I found recently. I used it to merge multiple MP3 tracks into one. It allows me to freely adjust the order of my tracks and to fully edit them. I think it is perfect for your requirements.

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Nov 11, 2020 Nov 11, 2020

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This is an Audition forum, and 'video joiners' have nothing to do with it. You will find that generally, it's best to stick to relevant answers.

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