[Athen] [EXT] Seeking recommendations for M4A converter

Robert Beach rbeach at KCKCC.EDU
Mon Apr 20 08:02:51 PDT 2020

I have had good luck using Gold Wave. I'm not sure if it will do everything you're needing, but it would be worth a look. I have converted M4A files using it.

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Now that we have so many webinars/courses in zoom, I'm seeking a simple converter for Windows that will create .wav files from .M4A. The editor I prefer to use likes wav files or Mp3, but if you convert to mp3 you reduce the audio quality just a bit, so I'd prefer to convert to wav, edit it and then convert to Mp3.

When I record lectures, my main tool for note-taking is to edit the recording about 75% so I have only a short audio file to retain.

This is also useful when I'm working on a recording someone else made.


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