N/APosted on - 03/22/2015
Hello all, recently I had to record some voice using android phones. I had two android phones and I had to record the conversation of a meeting. There were about 15 people in it and I placed one phone at one end of the corner and the other on the other end. I was successful in recording the meeting properly. Now the problem is that I need to merge these two recordings into one recording. What sort of software should I use? Please Help! Thank You!
Merging voice from two different phones
There many software that you can use to merge audio files. Most of them do have are used for non-linear video editing. What’s best with this software are you can extend and or enhance the quality of the recording by applying some effects that you can embed with the recordings.
Here the software that you can use to merge audio files.
1. Adobe Premier Pro (IBM-Microsoft Based Format) and Final Cut Pro (Apple Based). It is a time-line based video editing software. For its diversified functionality you can just drag and drop the files even if it is video files or audio, or a combination of both. You can enhance, change the audio and video clarity by applying some enhancements or the so called transition effects.
2. Sound Forge (Sony). Audio editing software that provide wide range of editing tools like merging different audio files including WAV, AIFF, and MP3. This is developed intended for professional audio editing.
3. Audacity. Audio recording and editing software that is compatible in most platforms. This lets you record live audio through a mixer. Merge, export and import audio files including formats like MP3, WAV, AIFF and OGG.