SNDFILE-CONCAT(1) General Commands Manual SNDFILE-CONCAT(1)NAME
sndfile-concat - concatenates two or more audio files
sndfile-concat infile1 infile2 .... outfile
sndfile-concat generates a new output file by concatenating two or more input files. The format of the output file is the same as the for-
mat of the input file.
sndfile-concat does its work using libsndfile (http://www.mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/).
This manual page was written by Erik de Castro Lopo <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
December 9, 2009 SNDFILE-CONCAT(1)
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