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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by goodtimes5, Oct 12, 2005.
How do I convert this aiff audio file I have to mid/m4a/mp4?
Import into iTunes.
Set iTunes's Encoder in the Prefrences
Select the song in iTunes
Choose Advanced->Convert Selection to <whatever you want>
Click on the converted file (when it is done)
Drag the file to wherever you want
This will not work with songs downloaded from iTMS. Burn those to an Audio CD (a re-writeable one, preferably) and then reimport them to allow yourself the ability to import them.
I already tried that. The iTunes encoder only allows conversion to AAC, AIFF, Lossless, MP3, and WAV.
Note that you can't convert an audio file to MIDI. That would be like taking a baked pie and separating it back into the original ingredients.
.m4a *IS* AAC.
And ditto, no, you cannot convert to .mid. But you can definitely convert to .m4a
Oh, I assumed AAC would just be .aac.
Unprotected AAC files have the .m4a extension, and protected ones have the .m4p extension.
Actually, there is a way to convert aiff to midi (aac to midi also.) This program called IntelliScore does just that.
Here is the link:Intelliscore Ensemble
5 year old thread, and your solution isn't a solution:
Not to mention the fact that IntelliScore didn't exist when this thread was created.