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Discussion in 'Mac Applications and Mac App Store' started by Samelson03, Apr 18, 2013.
Title says it all.
You might want to state from which format are you starting and what you want to end up with.
Might want to check if Audacity or XLD would work for you (as a start).
Try xAct and Max
The correct answer to your question is: Yes.
The answer to the question that you probably wanted to ask: iTunes.
Try Cacophony. It's works well as long as you're not using Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
I'd like to convert .wma files to .mp3.
If you're using iTunes under Windows, iTunes can do that. If you're not, again, XLD is an excellent audio converter.
Alright, so I downloaded XLD. It opened once and I accidentally hit X and now it won't open when I try to launch the app. I've tried re-downloading but it still won't open.
wma to mp3?
How about "All2MP3" ??
I actually downloaded All2MP3 the other day. I like it.