#1
I have three recordings on a disk that are from an old recording software, and they are .omf files. Because of that I cannot play them on windows media player, itunes, or even upload them onto youtube. I'd really like to be able to hear these songs again so is there anyway I could convert them to mp3 or is there a free reliable software I can use just to play the song back? Any help is appreciated.
#2
Switch
Heaps good
they, after the trial ask if you want to upgrade to full version and you just click yolo no. And you keep getting to use it.
Great program, it can do most files to mp3. Etc.
Doesn't supprot flac in free version which is gay.
#3
Pro Tools, Cubase, Sonar and Logic can all open OMF, along with Avid video software and Final Cut Pro.
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#4
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Switch
Heaps good
they, after the trial ask if you want to upgrade to full version and you just click yolo no. And you keep getting to use it.
Great program, it can do most files to mp3. Etc.
Doesn't supprot flac in free version which is gay.


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Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

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