changing music formats?!
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hey there... iw as wondering if anybody has had this problem... i have itunes at the mo, and need to transfer a lot of music onto sonicstage. the problem is that a lot of the cds i have burned to the computer etc and that i no longer have, have been encoded using mpeg4 (itunes seems to like it. grr) and i want to put those songs into sonicstage. but obviously it doesnt support that format. im struggling to find any software that will change the format! i would prefer something free..but hey, who knows. would appreciate the help!
 
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Yeah, I had the problem with WMA to MP3. Now I'm on AAC.


You can always use iTunes to convert the AAC/MP4 to WAV/AIFF or if your player natively supports MP3, MP3. If you don't want to use iTunes give this a shot.

Just keep in mind transcoding will sacrifice quality a bit, but if you up the bitrates you should be fine.
 
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I had a similiar issue with a few of my songs that were in AAC format. I used iTunes to convert to WAV, then just used SonicStage to convert from WAV to ATRAC (or use a different encoder to convert to mp3 if you can/want to use that format).
 
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