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General Usage

  • How Do I Edit Sounds?

    First, make sure that the sound is not highlighted initially. To do this, you must click under the sound (the white area of the screen) and drag your mouse to select the part you want to cut. Press Ct...

  • Can I speed up or slow down sounds?

    This is certainly possible through the drop down box on the tool bar (top right of the screen). The drop down box defaults to Volume, so just click the drop down box and select Rate. Next, just adjust...

  • Can I create any echo or reverb effects?

    One way to create a reverb effect using MP3 Audio Mixer is to use the following trick: Step-by-step: Load the sound. Copy the sound by right clicking and selecting Copy from the menu (or use the keybo...

  • How do I save my mix as a MP3, WMA or wav file?

    In MP3 Audio Mixer, click on the File menu and select Save As a... Choose the format you want and give your file a name. Note its location so you can find it later. Finally, choose the settings you wa...

  • Can I run it via the command line for batch files, etc?

    Yes you can! You can launch it via the command line like this : mp3towave -C pathtomp3 Note that it needs the quotes around the path to the audio file and the c needs to be a capital C. Of course, the...

  • Converting entire folders

    It is possible to simply right click on a folder and convert all the folder's audio files. When you right click on a folder, you will see the option Convert this folder's audio files to and a submenu ...

  • What play lists are supported?

    You can convert an entire play list of songs that you may have created in another program. Converts play lists of type .asx, .cbs, .cl3, .cl4, .cl5, .m3u, .nra, .pl, .pls, .pya, .rcl, .rmp, .rxp, .wax...

  • Are the original files replaced by the converted files?

    No. The audio files that you convert are not deleted. They are kept intact. The converted audio files are stored in the decode directory, which defaults to C:\Converted Audio Files....

  • Where are my MP3/song files stored?

    You're ready to convert your MP3 and other audio files...but where are they? You can go to the Windows Start button, followed by Find, followed by Files or Folders. Type *.MP3 without the single quote...

  • Batch Converting! ( How do I convert more than one file at a time? )

    In the Window's Explorer, select the audio files you want to convert. You can select the audio files by left clicking and then dragging over the file icons (When you are dragging it shows a big square...