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I don't have the original CD anymore and I don't want to see all the tracks, it was a speech and it created a track every minute - so the hour has 60 tracks (and I did this for about 100 CDs) so my question is - is there any program that I can throw all 60 tracks in one shot and it merges it into one long track?

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I favour fre:ac for this - drag all the files into a window, select encode to one file option, and thats pretty much it

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