Microsoft's proprietary audio format may be great when it comes to multi-channel surround sound, but unfortunately, it falters in terms of compatibility. Check out our guide on how to convert WMA files to MP3, whether you prefer Web-based or desktop methods.
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Despite its remarkable ability to retain audio fidelity at a smaller size, M4a files aren't the best when it comes to compatibility. Check out our basic guide on how to convert an M4a file to an MP3, using either Apple's iTunes or the Web-based Cloud Convert.