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Convert to Wave File

Well here we go! If you have a wave file you want to convert skip this part and go to part 2. Ok choose what mp3 you want to make over. Now we have to make it in to wav format, well I use the winamp player to do this. So let me show you how.

Start winamp and go in to preferences, and choose in the output folder "Disk writer plug-in". And press configure, now choose the path you want it to write the wav file to ( Remember that a regular 3 min long mp3 is about 40meg's!). Now just press play as usual (DO NOT HAVE THE REPEAT ON!). You should not hear any thing under the process. Now you have the wav file done, so now let's start the actual thing.

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Added: 2000-12-11
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