Every Mac user who records and edits audio on the Mac has plenty of utilities that go beyond the basics. Converting audio from one format to another is a case in point. With half a dozen popular and oft used audio file formats the tool that comes to mind is one that converts audio from one file to another.
If you’re a budding Mac audio aficionado, and you’re on a limited budget, try iSonics to convert audio files from one format to another.
Converting audio on iSonics is as simple as drag and drop. You even get options to change configuration of each audio clip.
Options include a Metadata editor, a one-click Convert button, and basic details of each audio file (Codec, Bitrate, Channels, Length, etc.).
iSonics also provides a number of advanced audio codec options, including FLAC, OGG Vorbis, and AC3. And converted audio can be imported into iTunes with a click.
CDs can be imported automatically, converted to a select audio file format, then dropped into iTunes. The utility couldn’t be much easier to use and the price is absolutely right.