| How do I change a music file from my Korg D1200 digital recorder to a MP3 file?

How do I change a music file from my Korg D1200 digital recorder to a MP3 file?

ErikB76 asked:


Im assuming it doesnt matter what type of device creates the file, it could be a file from a CD.

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One Response to “How do I change a music file from my Korg D1200 digital recorder to a MP3 file?”

  1. Know No on November 7th, 2009 7:22 am

    Easy conversion is possible with these two excellent freeware programs

    Foobar2000

    MediaCoder

    Foobar2000 is also the best audio player IMO. It doesn’t suck up resources like winamp.

    MediaCoder is available for windows, MACtards, and linux.

    If you’re especially lazy online conversion might be an option