Is this possible?
Anything can be converted to anything. In the absolute worst case scenario (I did this earlier today when I had a MIDI file & wanted to use only free software already on hand) you can analog rip it by recording your own output in a program like Audacity.
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Don't criticize what you don't understand, son.
You never walked in that man's shoes.
Almost every audio converter can do that now. My favorite thing to do is to use SoundForge to convert and edit Flac. But I would recommend you to use some good free converter.
This is the method I use.
http://www.simplehelp.net/2006/08/14/ho ... g-windows/
I use winamp to convert the flac file to wav. Then I use itunes to convert the wav to an mp3. If you need more assistance let me know.
!! NEVER USE ITUNES MP3 ENCODER !! It is the most sadistic thing you can do to an audio file. That encoder should be f'ing Banned from Existence. Please for the love of audio use Lame! There is even a convenient tool for windows, LameDrop.Originally Posted by superman4thefinalcut
+1 foobar2000. It is the way to go.
well... realistically, the itunes mp3 encoder is not horrible. it is, however, a better idea to use lame - but for the simple folk this is an ok solution.