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I need help compressing the sound files on my computer to wav and MP3 files so I can email them to the companies I work with. I am a Voice over actor. I use a Tascam US144 interface.

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I assume you mean a converter...Download Super converter .

Also if you wanna compress the files to be able to send it over by email you can use a zip software.Download 7Zip which is an open source software and my personal fav.Hope it helps.

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