WMA Files Work in a Post?

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by digthosetubes, May 11, 2008.

  1. digthosetubes

    digthosetubes Senior Member

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    Will WMA Files Work in a Post?

    Is there a good free site where I can post them?

    I can make decent WAV and WMA files but can't seem to find a simple way to convert them to MP3.

    Suggestions?

    Thanks.
     
  2. cram

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    yes, if you provide a link to it most everyone will be able to play the file after downloading it.
    I use domains that I am admin on through personal or private use.
    There are several filesharing sites I have seen, but most come with a cost to transfer bandwidth like that.
     
  3. digthosetubes

    digthosetubes Senior Member

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    Thanks. I have two WMA files totaling 1:30 that I want to include in a review post -- so I guess I am looking to find a free site like photobucket but for sound clips.

    Any help out there?

    Thank you.
     
  4. UMT

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    If you want a simple way to convert WAV/WMA (and almost all others) to MP3, (and/or back again) take a look at Media Monkey. Google it, it's easy to find.
     

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