For audiophiles, listening to lossless quality on music streaming sites to enjoy the music we love is satisfying. Many music sites today offer lower quality due to compression and audio format compatibility. Most music sites that offer lossless quality offers audio format like FLAC, OGG, ALAC, WAV, AIFF and more. Among the music streaming sites, the most common audio format you’ll hear is WAV. Since the file size of WAV is bigger, the need to lower the file size and preserving the quality is what few people are doing. To convert WAV to MP3, you need an audio recorder software.

 

Why an Audio Recorder Software?

This is to download the music that has copyright, but the difference is you need to record. As you know online, the best alternative is to record.

The reason for using Cinch Audio Recorder compared to a lot of audio recorders out there is due to its straightforwardness, fast, no need to have an additional software, and accurate ID3 tag feature.

 

Cinch Audio Recorder

The color is mostly blue. They say “the software is dull but when it comes to functionality, it’s great.”

How to Convert WAV to MP3 format using Cinch Audio Recorder?

Individual tracks

Step 1: Install and Launch Cinch Audio recorder. (Click “Run anyway” when Windows Smart screen pop-ups).

Step 2: Begin to record by clicking the round button on the upper left.

Step 3: Choose any music streaming sites that have WAV audio formats like Bandcamp, Beatport, HDtracks, and Tidal.

Step 4: Play your music you want to record.

Step 5: After the song is done, click stop recording.

 

Multiple Tracks

Step 1: Install and Launch Cinch Audio recorder. (Click “Run anyway” when Windows Smart screen pop-ups).

Step 2: Begin to record by clicking the round button on the upper left.

Step 3: Choose any music streaming sites that have WAV audio formats like Bandcamp, Beatport, HDtracks, and Tidal.

Step 4: Play your playlist you want to record.

Step 5: At the end of the tracks, click stop recording when done.

Tip: Transfer all music files to another folder to prevent issues like “Buffer size small” notification.

 

(Optional)

Automatic splitting of tracks

The music file will mostly be saved as a one audio file

Automatic splitting of tracks is set to random

Each track will be saved separately, with its complete tag information (title, album, and artist).

MP3 file

The saved tracks are converted to MP3 with a bitrate of 320 kbp/s. The quality of the music is still lossless quality even though it’s compressed to MP3 with a lower file size.

ID3 Tagging Feature

Compared to other audio recorders, Cinch has the accuracy rate of almost 100% which is far more greater than other audio recorders claiming of near 100% accuracy.

The tags are automatically inputted after each recorded track. For additional info, you can download cover art/album to help organize your music and labeling all your songs from which album it is.

 

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