Thanks for the suggestion. I don't really do any downloading or use iTunes,
mostly recording from LP and cassette (saving my collection -- down to 300 or
so LPs from 1700 over three years or so). I just recently bought a PDA (is
that the right acronym?) and would use it for that as well.
P.S. Nice site! I'll read more.
--- On Thu, 7/3/08, A.F. Harrold <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
From: A.F. Harrold <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: RE: [Zappa-List] help/info needed on converting files
Date: Thursday, July 3, 2008, 2:13 PM
I believe itunes will do it – click ‘preferences’ in the ‘edit’ menu, go to
the ‘advanced’ tab, then ‘importing’ and set it to WAV – then you can right
click any track and you’ll see the ‘convert selection to WAV’ option…
That would do it, I think?
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ups.com [mailto:Zappa- [EMAIL PROTECTED] .com] On
Behalf Of abxer3p
Sent: 03 July 2008 20:06
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ups.com
Subject: [Zappa-List] help/info needed on converting files
To make this short, the subject line says it in a nutshell. I have been using
MusicMatch to convert from MP3 to WAV and the vice versa on one computer (since
my version of Sound Forge only recognizes WAVs). Since MusicMatch changed to
Yahoo Music and then was discontinued, I can't do this on my other computer.
I've looked at the other rippers/players on that PC and can't find the same
function; maybe I have it but don't know it.
What other programs can do this seemingly simple task? Jim L., you have always
had great information.
thanks for your indulgence,
Joseph in Nevada (was Dallas)
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