Free and Quality Don’t Always Go Apart…

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Do you listen to music? I think you do. As for me, I simply can’t live without it. I listen to music at work, when I drive home in my car, and then at home from my stereo system, iPad or iPhone. Of course, I use various streaming services but I prefer to download my favorite tracks to keep them always with me. It helps me a lot when I’m traveling by plane; pass a weekend in the mountains or in the forest and all those places where the Internet connection is not available.

Being a music fan, I try to get high-quality songs in FLAC or AAC. And that’s pretty perfect for modern stereo systems and even for some professional laptops and PCs where you can hear all the tiniest notes and sounds. Yet, the majority of laptops doesn’t have such perfect sound. Neither has the standard car system. Besides, it doesn’t accept high-quality audio formats, and due to a number of reasons, I can’t have an iPhone always connected to it. As well as to carry of my favorite tracks, since the FLAC format is quite a huge one. Thus, one day I decided to find a good audio converter to be able to convert all my music files in MP3 to easily play them on all devices.


It was important for me to have a free tool that could keep the quality of the tracks and that wouldn’t bomb me with numerous ads. Seems like utopia, doesn’t it? Yet, it does exist. Having tried a couple of tools, I finally found Freemake Audio Converter, the software that had everything I was looking for. It’s free, very simple and beautiful, and powerful at the same time. It accepts all popular music formats and converts them to MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, ACC, OGG and other formats in just three steps.

What you need to do is to add your non-protected music tracks into Freemake, choose a necessary output format, a destination folder, and click the Convert button. That’s all! Now you can go and drink some coffee while the tool is doing the thing for you. Freemake Audio Converter doesn’t delete or substitute the original files, so you can keep FLAC format for your home music system and use the MP3 version for your car and portable devices.

All in all, Freemake Audio Converter is a great piece of software that can help you do a simple audio conversion or join several tracks into one. You should definitely give it a try.

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