In today’s posting, we will take our readers through the process of saving AudioAcrobat audios (MP3 files) to their computer’s hard drive for offline listening, editing, CD authoring and for transfer to mobile devices.
In today’s posting we will show our readers how to download their AudioAcrobat recordings and perform a basic ‘edit’ in Sony Sound Forge — a simple and *extremely* effective way to accomplish high profile studio work from the comfort of wherever you happen to be at the time.
What is an ID3 tag? Wikipedia does a pretty good job at summing it up in stating that, “ID3 is a metadata container most often used in conjunction with the MP3 audio file format. It allows information such as the title, artist, album, track number, and other information about the file to be stored in […]