Converting music files

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May 17, 2009 at 18:14:11
Specs: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, 2.336 GHz / 3326 MB
I have a simple question. If you take an MP3 and convert it to Ogg, WAV, WMA or the others, does it improve the sound of that original MP3?
I don't use an MP3 Player. What is the reason people are converting MP3's to all the other file types like Ogg etc.? These files cannot improve the sound of a 128 kbit MP3, can they?
I also have seen these programs where you can convert a WMA to MP3. What I have read is that there is more to doing this than a click of a computer key because of the way Microsoft has made the WMA.

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May 17, 2009 at 19:24:05
You are correct. There is no way to improve the quality of an audio file. The audio can be changed, and the change made might sound better to some people.

Some people prefer different audio formats for reasons other than quality.

There are many audio converting programs that will convert just about any format to any other format.

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