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combining sound clips to play as one

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Hi, hope this o.k. to ask this here. I have 3 separate sound clips that are all wav files that I want to put together to play as one clip. The goal is for them to end up as mp3 to be used as a ringtone, so I'd like them to remain wav while combined, and then I can convert the whole file to mp3. I did it with Windows Movie Maker, and it worked perfect, but I don't know how to convert that type of file to mp3. If anyone has any advice, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
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try this...audio transcoder for converting just about anything
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