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MakeitOne MP3 Album Maker – cool freeware packs multiple MP3 tracks into one file to create an album


The MakeitOne MP3 Album Maker freeware lets you cram multiple tracks into a single file to make your own music or talk album. Great for mix tapes, or for creating an easy to play podcast album of several talks and stuff like that. Haven’t you ever wanted to compile your own audio album? Well now you can.


Just fire it up, drag and drop the tracks you want to include into the box (or select a whole folder of music), sort them, select the output filename and press go. It’s really easy and fast to do, and the result is as advertised on the tin. It’s strictly Windows .NET compatible only though. Nevertheless, very nice!

Oh and you might want to download the free MP3Gain software at the same time so you’ll be able to normalize all the tracks at the same volume before compiling the album, yeah?

 Files packed with MP3 Album Maker can be played by any MP3 player… edit the tags on you MP3’s, use MP3 Album Maker to pack them in to a single file, edit the tags of your new Album, even include Album Art… use MP3 Album Maker to unpack your MP3 files back to their original state…

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Why have this when you could just build a playlist?

  • I actually find playlists a bit of a pain? They're usually tricky to build, non-portable across all platforms and require a specific menu option on a player. This gives you all the beauty of a playlist in a single easily accessible file. IMHO of course. :)

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