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Editor's review Soundconverter
Need to convert your sound file from one form to another? Think Soundconverter. Soundconverter is a program that is diligently designed to make your conversion easier. After being disappointed by Sox-a standard Linux command for converting files, I felt motivated to develop a program that is more reliable and easier to use. Despite it being buggy, Sox has its own strength which this program relies on. My big aim in developing this program was not to replace SOX but to replace it broken functionality Soundconverter still uses Sox for some conversion behind the scène. But for most conversion it uses other software. No matter what you are converting, with this program the syntax is uniform. Soundconverters support large number of format which include au, wav, mp3, ogg, FLAC, aac To function effectively this program need the following debian package to be installed. Soxvorbis-tools lame mad play transcode flac FAAC faad.
We need to handle sound files every other day. It takes us into trouble when we use several applications to convert sound files in different formats. The conversion of a sound file in several formats should be from a reliable software or program. You can make this conversion easier with the diligently designed program called Soundconverter. This freeware application supports only Linux operating system. The syntax is uniform with this program without the issue of what you are converting. It supports aac, FLAC, ogg, mp3, wav and au. You can easily convert your sound files in all the mentioned formats without any problem.