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Homer

Audio Converter

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can anyone recommend a good audio converter? i need one that will convert odm files to other formats.

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can anyone recommend a good audio converter? i need one that will convert odm files to other formats.

I use Any Video Converter for all my conversions. Although it's name implies it only converts video formats, it converts to and from audio formats, too.

You could also try Tune Cab.

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thanks db. i use avc as well, but it won't handle odm files. i'll check out that other one.

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im using gold wave on recomendation from OTBJoel, I dont know if it will convert to what you need though.

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Hey Homer thought I would say Hello!

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hi! we haven't spoken in awhile, i hope all is well over there. i'm sure you're in an igloo like me right about now.

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I use Any Video Converter for all my conversions. Although it's name implies it only converts video formats, it converts to and from audio formats, too.

You could also try Tune Cab.

i revisited avc's website, and it looks like they have an audio converter too. i'm gonna check that out to see how it works.

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