Re: mp3 to wav converters - avoiding bloatware


Subject: Re: mp3 to wav converters - avoiding bloatware
From: Martin Clarke (martin@rockscottage.net)
Date: Fri Jul 30 2004 - 04:30:02 EDT


soundhack maybe? www.soundhack.com

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On 30 Jul 2004, at 09:17, EAM wrote:

> Thanks Tim. I should have mentioned in my hasty first post that
> avoiding
> bloatware, like iTunes, would be desirable.
>
> So, any good converters for Mac that don't copy everything and fill up
> the hard drive?
>
> Robert
>
>
>
> In message <1091159770.14859.201365093@webmail.messagingengine.com>,
> Tim
> Sutton <timsutton@fastmail.fm> writes
>> For PC, you can avoid the iTunes bloat with Winamp, and be able to
>> convert any file which is playable, like ogg. In Winamp, switch the
>> output device to DiskWriter... just don't forget to switch it back
>> when
>> you're done.
>>
>> --Tim
>>
>> On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 20:28:58 +0000 (UTC), "Phil Thomson"
>> <philthom@freeshell.org> said:
>>> iTunes runs on all the platforms you mentioned. It converts to and
>>> from
>>> wave, aiff and mp3.
>>>
>>>> Can anybody recommend a good, reliable mp3 to wav converter for PC
>>>> (WIN2000) and Mac (OS9.2.2 and/or OS 10.2)?
>>>>
>>>> Many thanks.
>>>> Robert Worby
>>>>
>>>
>>> =========
>>> Phil Thomson
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>>>
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>
> --
> Robert Worby
>
>

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