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    Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    I have been using NCH Swift for converting my wavs to mp3. Well I just found out that the product is reduced to 128 kbps and I have been told that I need at least 192 kbps for a decent sound.

    I am also a poor college student, so I am looking for either free or inexpensive.


    Any recommendations as to what is my best bet?

    Thanks

    Ron

  2. #2

    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    Try Audiograbber (free), with the (free) Lame encoder.

    http://www.audiograbber.com-us.net/


    http://lame.sourceforge.net/index.php

  3. #3

    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    Try Audiograbber or Goldwave with the LAME MP3 encoder plugin. You have control over the encoding.
    Goldwave is shareware. Audiograbber is free.

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    Tony beat me by seconds with the same set of links! Great minds must think alike.

  5. #5

    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    Quote Originally Posted by Reegs
    Tony beat me by seconds with the same set of links! Great minds must think alike.
    Yeah, cheap

  6. #6

    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    That was fast!!!

    I will go now and check these out.

    Thanks guys

    Ron

  7. #7

    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    If I might add a bit. I use Sonar Home Studio XL ( I just purchased it and am learning how to use it. It does not come with a mp3 converter). Is there a free one that will work thru it?

    Ron

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    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    You can probably get LAME to work its way into the Save As and Export dialogs. You can in Sonar. Offhand I don't remember how. There used to be a registry entry on the install disk that would do it, I'm not sure if the procedure has changed.

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    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    So that way I don't need Audiograbber, right?

  10. #10

    Re: Audio editor/ mp3 converter

    Quote Originally Posted by rolifer
    So that way I don't need Audiograbber, right?
    Right. The procedure has probably been addressed on the Cakewalk forums multiple times. I would try a search over there.

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