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Thursday, 05 April 2007
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Audio ConverterThis is rather interesting. I’ve been trying to search for an all-in-one solution for my MP3 files. At the moment I own a Samsung E350 for close to 2 years now – believe me, it’s a good phone. However, it doesn’t have an expansion slot where you can add additional memory into the phone. All I have is 40MB of internal memory which is shared. What I usually do was to downsize my MP3s into smaller version by lowering the data rate per second. As always, once you downsize a file, there would always be data losses.

I found this Total Audio Converter which can convert different audio formats – between MP3, WAV, OGG and APE where most of the free software that I’ve downloaded from Download.com does not have this feature. This tool is capable of ripping CDs and play songs as well.

Best of all, it’s pretty easy to use and converting between each formats is effortless. Anyone can use it. However, this tool comes with a $20 bucks price tag. You might want to give the tool a try first before fully purchasing it.

As for me, it definitely helped me to rip CDs and MP3. Enjoy this tool!

You might want to pay the site a visit by clicking on the below link:
http://www.coolutils.com/TotalAudioConverter

Cheers!



Comments (2)Add Comment
I\'ve been using Total Audio Converter m
written by Mary, April 09, 2007
for some months now and it\'s pretty good.
hiye
written by DotMySpot, April 09, 2007
smilies/smiley.gif Hiye Mary good to know that it\'s a good software smilies/cheesy.gif

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