In today’s post I have created a short, easy-to-use tutorial on using Adobe Audition to open, convert and save WAV files in the MP3 format. I won’t be getting super technical, nor will I be exploring any advanced features, although this software is packed with them!
Last week we shared with our readers one of our favorite ways to avoid paying full price for anything, ever, aka Slickdeals.net and we’re back this week with another impressive way to save a buck or two!
While it isn’t necessarily shopping-related, this money saving tip is relative to those who have an audiobook sourced from iTunes in the .m4b format who wish to convert it to a standard audio file format such as .m4a or the universally accepted .mp3 format.
If you are a Mac OS X (10.4 – 10.6) user with the need for a software that will convert virtually any audio / video file type (full list here) into the popular and widely accepted MP3 file format, then this is one piece of software you’ll have prominently placed in your Dock in no time!
In today’s posting, we will take our readers through the steps of using our favorite free, open-source audio editing software aka Audacity to convert an MP3 file to the WAV format using Mac OS X. Difficulty rating? It’s as easy as A B C!