The process of recording audio is pretty effortless nowadays, given the abundance of tools that can even be automated to start and stop according to silence detection techniques. It can also be the case where you want to split an entire recording into multiple parts, and this is the type of task that can easily be handled by Auvisoft Audio Splitter Joiner.

As the name might suggest, the application comes with two built-in components, one to split into multiple audio chunks, and another to combine them into a single audio file. Supported formats aren’t abundant, but you’re able to work with some popular types like MP3, WAV, OGG, and WMA. Sadly, you need to use the browse dialog, because dragging them over the main window has no effect.

Both components are found in the same window, but stored in different tabs so you don’t feel overwhelmed by too many options. You might also want to pay a visit to the settings panel in order to configure some general options such as output format, frequency, channels, bitrate, and whether to open the destination folder upon completion.

The splitter part works with only one file at a time. Its corresponding details are shown in a small panel, and you can also initiate playback. Defining parts can be done in several ways. You either split into a predefined number of parts, letting the application configure time, or manually set start and end points for each section you want to extract.

Joining files together is a bit easier. With files added to the list, you can view and edit specific details such as title, artist, album, genre, year, track, and comments. You can pick a target format for the new file, and the process lasts a little while. However, it would have been useful to be able to include silence in between tracks.

All things considered, we can safely state that Auvisoft Audio Splitter Joiner is a straightforward application you can use to chop audio files into several chunks, or combine others into a larger one. The set of options is decent, letting you set desired quality and format, making this application worth a try overall.