Not only that but you can also include metadata in the output file; very handy when you're converting a song to different MP3 encoding levels and want to have the same metadata in each one.leedsquietman wrote:For PC, Soundforge 8 and above is my fave. Brilliant batch conversion of just about anything audio, different formats i.e. wav to aac/mp3/flac or just about anything, wordlengths, sample rates etc and you can set up your own macros easily too, you can include plugins in the batch conversion (i.e. going from wav to lo-bit mp3, high pass filter the low end and lo pass the high end to preserve bitrate bandwidth for the most audible frequency range and reduce conversion artifacts, such as flangy cymbals on the mp3 etc). http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/new ... ticleid=34
Discussion of music production, audio, equipment and any related topics, either with or without Ableton Live
Live 9.1 <> occasionally Reason 4.0.1 <> Reaper.latest! <> Windows 7 on a bespoke Intel Q6600 <> ASUS P5E <> 8GB RAM, M-Audio Delta 2496 and that's it.