I've just downloaded Voc2Wav but when I unzip the file I get 2 application
files - VOC2WAV & WAV2VOC. If I doubleclick on either all I get is a MSDOS
dialog box appearing briefly and nothing else happens. I've tried downloading
the file from different sites and each time I get the same. Any ideas?
> Cheers for that Byte - much appreciated :)
> "Byte" wrote:
> > Try Voc2Wav at below website (URL)
> > Audio Converters, Convert Wav Midi MP3 aiff RAW OGG VOC
> > http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/pc/pcConvert.html
> > "gort" wrote:
> > > Greetings. I've got a mp3 memory stick which you can also voice record on and
> > > I thought it might be a clever way to record percussion and other sounds in
> > > WAV format when I'm out and about that I can use in my music. There's no
> > > problem using the built in mike to do it as it automatically saves everything
> > > in WAV format. However I want to get the best quality possible and use an
> > > external mike via the line-in, but if I do this any recording I make onto the
> > > memory stick is saved in VOC format instead of WAV which I must admit is a
> > > new one to me. Does anyone know if there are any programs available that will
> > > convert VOC files to WAV and if so could you enlighten me?
> > >
> > > Cheers
I'm no expert, but I did stay at
the Holiday Inn Express last night.
Your choice :