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WAV to MP3 Trouble

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I've been recording some ideas on TonePort using the Ableton Live software that came with it. I can only export the songs as WAV which is no problem but when I try to convert the WAV files to MP3 using any WAV to MP3 program (I've tried a broad selection, all with the same results) the 'Outgoing' folder that pops up after the file is converted is completely empty, the converted file is nowhere to be seen. I've switched the folders to Desktop and even made created new folders for the finished files to end up in but every time I convert the WAV nothing appears in the folder that pops up.
It's not a major problem but it makes sharing my ideas on Myspace and over Messenger a real drag when I'm trying to send an 88.5MB WAV file!

Any help is greatly appreciated and I'm happy to provide more info about the computer if needs be.

Nick H


I'm using an Acer Aspire 5670 with 2GB RAM if that helps at all!
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I've had good luck with CDex. Its small and easy to configure to do what you want it to.

Hope this helps. :whistling:
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