So, you have ripped some files from a source and stored them as FLAC files. FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec. This means you have made a great choice because the file type compresses the size of the file without reducing the sound quality of the audio. You can create your mix playlist, store it and enjoy the same quality as if it had just been recorded in the studio. A perfect way to pull together a gift for your loved one’s birthday or an anniversary. It is open source; it offers quality, but…
There is always a but, right? Well, this one is significant. You prepare the playlist for the hot date, but it won’t play. There are few MP3 players, whether on a computer or mobile device, that will play a FLAC file. In other words, high quality but with limited playback options. You may get CD quality with half the space taken, but you cannot just play it anywhere.
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The Total Audio Converter lets you quickly and easily convert ASX to MP3, and many other mainstream audio formats. The somewhat obscure ASX extension can only be opened by a few programs, leaving the majority of users that encounter this file wondering how to open it. With our ASX to MP3 Converter, you can open ASX files and listen to them before you convert; letting you locate, organize and modify files freely.
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The iPod is the most popular brand of portable media players today. But it is limited to few formats only – MP3, AAC, WAV, and AIFF. Since many music tracks are coming in the OGG format today because of the better quality, music lovers with iPods are becoming a little frustrated.
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We present $10 to each 100th order of Total Audio Converter. The gang is growing! We already have the 1st winner, but he is slow to get his money. Ok, not everybody checks emails every day;)
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We are currently developing the new interface of Total Audio Converter. And we wanted to discuss with you the first sketches.
Many of our users use Windows Explorer. So Total Audio Converter should be more compatible with it. Now it has the feel and look of Explorer file tree and common options. Besides, we wanted to care about iTunes fans. So now you can take the files that you want to convert from iTunes or iPods and later automatically save the newly converted files back to iTunes.
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