Posts Tagged ‘audio files’

How to Convert MP3 to MIDI

While MP3, WAV and WMA are audio files, MIDI is not. MIDI files have in them, descriptions on how to make music, but not the music itself. When creating music with a MIDI file, all that is needed is a hardware or software synthesizer.

How to Convert WMA to MP3

Windows Media Audio (WMA) is a Microsoft formed digital audio file and is used when referring to its audio file format or its audio codecs. Codecs are a computer program that compresses/decompresses digital audio data according to a given audio file format or streaming audio format. WMA codecs are; WMA which is competed with MP3 […]

How to Convert AAC to MP3

Advanced Auto Coding or AAC is the standard audio compression format that is used in DVDs or Videos. MP3 is a digital audio encoding format that is used on digital audio players. MP3 players usually respond to their own audio format. In order to upload AAC files to MP3 players it is necessary that the […]

How to Convert MP3 to AAC

ACC stands for Advanced Audio Coding. It’s a newer kind of audio file that has been promoted as a successor to the MP3. The ACC file format offers a higher quality sound than an MP3, and is roughly half the size of MP3 file format. Also ACC provides various other advantages over MP3; ACC has […]

How to Convert MP3 to WAV

MP3 is short for MPEG (Moving Pictures Experts Group) Layer – 1 and is a compressed audio format that allows for smaller file sizes with similar audio quality to PCM WAV format, the format found on standard music CDs. The MP3 is very common, more so because of its practicality and easy manipulation.

How to Convert MP3 TO MP4

MP3 is a standard compression format used for audio files on computers and mobile devices. The MP3 file format is excellent for storing good quality audio into small files. On the other hand, MP4 is a new container format, which allows users to combine different multimedia streams into one single file.

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