Audio editing can involve multiple processes, depending on what you want to achieve. For instance, a certain point might involve joining two recordings together, without having to use a difficult editor. In this regard, specialized applications like Magic Audio Merger come with the right means to cut off some good time from the process.

The main window is pretty well organized, considering it’s fitted with many different panels, some used to navigate through your computer in search for audio files, while others to provide quick access to quality options and additional parameters. There’s also an upper toolbar fitted with a few more controls.

In case you don’t want to use the built-in explorer to load files, you can simply drag them over the main window. Support is impressive, letting you work with formats like M4A, MP4, FLAC, AIF, AIFF, APE, MAC, MP2, MP3, MPC, MPP, OGG, AC3, OFR, OFS, SPX, TTA, and WAV. What’s more, these are both available for import and export. You can add as many as you see fit.

A side panel helps you write down related details. The Metadata tab is fitted with details like track number, artist, title, album, and other related details. In addition, you can add a cover art through a dedicated option. If you added too many files and aren’t sure of some, you can use the playback controls to peek through content.

Output folder and file need to be specified, with the possibility to have the original files deleted after conversion. Quality formats can thoroughly be configured for more quality, thanks to a set of customization controls. The merge process brings up an additional window showing the process status, with options to handle several computer power options upon completion.

To sum it up, Magic Audio Merger manages to live up to expectations, combining an intuitive workspace with various sets of basic and advanced controls. An impressive array of file formats are supported, while output quality can thoroughly be configured. Metadata can be filled in to include all necessary details, all of which make the application worth a try.