I have about 80 cassette recordings of interviews dating from the early 1990s that I need to convert to some kind of digital format. What are my options if my priority is the preservation of the tapes? Is there a "gentle" tape deck on the market? [more inside]
How can I keep these .mkv to .mp3 conversions from getting screwed up? [more inside]
Mac question: how can I convert a 3ga audio file to mp3 or other friendly format? [more inside]
[My friend has] a 771mb .wav audio file [he] desperately needs to compress into an audio-only .flv file. Is there a freeware, shareware or inexpensive software tool that will help [him accomplish] this? Big thanks in advance. [more inside]
The ultimate music archive cleaner -- looking for application to convert hudreds of GB of music to MP3
What's the best program to convert hundreds of gigabytes of music files in different formats all to MP3, while maintaining ID3 data and bitrates? [more inside]
convert vocals only from mp3 to midi for Ultrastar import? [more inside]
Is there a reliable service out there that will convert a single DAT tape into .wav files? [more inside]
software to convert .qcp files to mp3 or wav? [more inside]
How do I best convert borrowed valuable audiotapes into a hiss and static reduced output? [more inside]
I need a free program to convert asf audio files to mp3. Google provides plenty of programs, but they all require payment to convert the entire file.
I have to work with a number of audio interviews saved as .DVF format using a Sony digital audio recorder. Are there any tools to convert these into a more civilized format so I can burn them as .AIFF files? [more inside]
Audio editing on OSX: I have a 30 minute long .aiff file that I'd like to break into separate tracks and convert to mp3. I know that iTunes can handle the .aiff -> .mp3 conversion. Is there software that can do the 1 .aiff -> 6 .aiffs part? Or one that can do 1 .mp3 -> 6 .mp3s if I do the conversion first?
What's the best software for recording real audio streams and converting to mp3?