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Consolidated Audio File

From Chace Audio

A consolidated audio file is a single audio file that combines multiple previously recorded audio files.

For example, when recording onto an audio track in a DAW (digital audio workstation), a separate audio file can be created every time you start and stop recording. Oftentimes an engineer will end up with many short audio files on a single audio track. To combine all of these short audio files into one long audio file the engineer must consolidate all of the shorter files.