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Old September 11th, 2011
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Originally Posted by knfletch View Post
Here is an answer to your dilemma, but somewhat time consuming. Use Audacity to open the file and then export them as MP3. Make sure you list the info before you save, such as album, artist, and track number or you'll have to do that in iTunes after you import. Hope that helps!
After an hour or so of trying out several "possibilities" to convert to an iTunes 10.4.1 swallowable file format, this was the only one that worked without spending money on otherwise worthless software.

Thank You!

One thing to add: if you have a high-quality ".wma"-file, use a lossless format such as FLAC when saving, or at least 192 kBit/s to make sure not to mess up the sound quality.

Last edited by Whizzbizz; September 11th, 2011 at 08:37 AM. Reason: added some info
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