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Compressing WAV files?

Asked by DeanV (14216points) February 26th, 2010

So I’ve got an mp3 file that I converted over to .wav for a friend to put on his synthesizer, but the synth is limited to files under 4MB, and the WAV, when converted is a whopping 32mb. Is there any way I can make that file smaller without sacrificing a ton of quality. The bitrate isn’t too important, I just need to be able to hear the instruments.

Is this possible?

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Lightlyseared's avatar

The only way we would be to split the file into shorter sections. WAV files are by their very nature uncompressed.

jeschge's avatar

the only way i know (without splitting the file) is to change the sample rate of the wav file. i recommend the free tool audacity

to see how it works, check this link

howbecome's avatar

Use audacity to break into smaller parts.

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