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Help w/ Audio Files.

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Dave45, Jan 26, 2003.

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  1. Dave45

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    I am trying to make a compilation CD from some CD's that I have and I am having trouble in figuring out how to save the music that I copy from the source CD onto my hard drive as a .wav file.

    I have the Windows Sound Recorder in my computer as well as the Windows Media Player ver. 8.0. Whenever I copy a song to my hard drive using the Windows Media Player it is saved by default as a .wma file.

    I am thinking that I may need to copy the song(s) using the Sound Recorder program which I believe saves music by default as a .wav file. I know that after I have the song(s) saved onto my hard drive the Windows Media Player can/will either play or copy the files in their native .wav format but first I have to be able to get the song(s) saved onto my hard drive as .wav files.

    I am new to this so my knowledge is a bit limited so if anyone out there can give me a hand I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

    Dave45
     
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