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Posted : admin On 09.08.2021

With the MAGIX music software for Windows, Audio Cleaning Lab, you can convert WAV, FLAC, OGG Vorbis or M4A to MP3.

To convert files simply drag an M4A file into the program, click export and select the codec MP3 as the file type. You can also set the quality of the export format. You can then begin converting M4A to MP3 - with bit rates up to 320 kBit/s. Whereas other audio converters will just assist you with converting M4A files and at the most allow playback, Audio Cleaning Lab allows you to record, edit music and optimize audio files. Various presets for removing noise and for optimizing the sound will offer you maximum audio quality after editing and converting.

SoX is a cross-platform (Windows, Linux, MacOS X, etc.) command line utility that can convert various formats of computer audio files in to other formats. It can also apply various effects to these sound files, and, as an added bonus, SoX can play and record audio files on most platforms. The screen-shot to the right shows an example of SoX. With the MAGIX music software for Windows, Audio Cleaning Lab, you can convert WAV, FLAC, OGG Vorbis or M4A to MP3. To convert files simply drag an M4A file into the program, click export and select the codec MP3 as the file type. You can also set the quality of the export format. You can then begin converting M4A to MP3 - with bit rates up to.

Thanks to the ease of use of this converter you can edit audio files in next to no time. After downloading, test Audio Cleaning Lab for 30 days for free and convert not only M4A, but also WAV, WMA, AIFF or FLAC to MP3. Find more information about the full version here.

Welcome

Welcome to the home of SoX, the Swiss Army knife of sound processing programs.

SoX is a cross-platform (Windows, Linux, MacOS X, etc.) command line utility that can convert various formats of computer audio files in to other formats. It can also apply various effects to these sound files, and, as an added bonus, SoX can play and record audio files on most platforms.

The screen-shot to the right shows an example of SoX first being used to process some audio, then being used to play some audio files.

For the list of all file formats, device drivers, and effects supported in the latest release, click here.To see the complete set of SoX documentation, click here.
If you find SoX to be useful, please consider supporting the project with a donation. We can accept PayPal donations through the SourceForge donation system, although currently a SourceForge login ID (or an openID), is required. Creating a SourceForge ID takes only a few seconds—click on the Paypal logo below to make a donation.

Latest News

SoX 14.4.2 was released on February 22, 2015. Highlights for this maintenance release include:
  • Read support for Ogg Opus files.
  • Read support for RF64 WAV files.
  • Deemph can now be used at 48kHz sample rates.
  • Rate is now much faster in many cases.
  • Support multi-channel LADSPA plugins and optional latency compensation.
  • Many other bug fixes.

For an extensive list of changes, see the ChangeLog at changelog.

Bugs and workarounds associated with recent releases can be found here.

Download

SoX downloads for Source code, Win32 binaries in ZIP archive, Win32 Installer, and Mac OS X binaries can be found on Sourceforge's File Release System.

Some third-party pre-built (usually older) versions of SoX are available via the links page.


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Technical Information

SoX is often used to convert an audio file from one sampling rate to another rate (e.g. from DAT to CD rates). SoX's resampling algorithm is highly configurable; there are some notes on selecting options for resampling. The resampler is also available separately as the SoX Resampler library (libsoxr).

If you're interested in the format of various audio files then you will be interested in the Audio File Format FAQ which I also maintain.

Support and Development

SorceForge.net Most of the SoX project's resources are provided by Sourceforge. There is a SoX project web site that can be of use when working with git and its mailing list.

There is a low volume mailing list set up that you can subscribe to or read online located at the SoX-users Mailing List web site.

Codec

Development of SoX is done using git. It is possible to view the files checked in to git using a git web interface.

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If you have git installed on your system then you may obtain a snapshot of the latest source by performing the following command.

The anonymous git account does not need a password.

To merge in future updates you may run the following command (from inside the sox directory that was created from your checkout):

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If you make any changes to SoX that you would like to be included in future releases then you may use the following commands to commit the changes to your local repo and make a patch for submission.

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It is recommended to read git Documentation for further information and best practices.