Combining two sounds...

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  1. agravlin

    agravlin Bearer of Reason

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    Alright, I'm using an audio editing program, Audacity, in an attempt to take two short sound clips and place one at the beginning of the other (to combine them into two files).

    I've figured out how to drag the second file to the beginning of the first, but they're at two different frequencies/rates - 11025Hz, and 44100Hz, so when I just directly combine them, the second file sounds like it's just a blur of high-pitched noise, while the second half plays normally. I tried changing the rate of one of the files to match the other, but it still sounded totally wrong. If I change the 11025 to 44100, then paste it in the 44100 file, it's even further compressed and just sounds like a short high-pitched whelp.

    Anyone experienced with audio editing able to tell me how to make these two sounds from different rate origins play at the same speed in the same file?
     

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