I have recently recorded full demos on my computer of my own music and successfully converted the songs to MP3. After that, a friend came over and we wrote together as well as recorded on his laptop (with Audacity I might add). We can't seem to convert them with LAME (the program recommended) or any other converter available. Any tips, suggestions?

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It's a renewable demo program. If you only need it for this one time just export from Audacity as a .wav file and then convert to .mp3 as you wanted.
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put em in itunes, or other program(convert em to wma, i think first then put em in itunes, and u can convert em from there)
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