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audio file

(1) Sounds like audiophile.

(2) A computer file that contains digitized audio either in the Compact Disc (CDDA) format or in an MP3, AAC or other compressed format. See codec examples, file and sampling.
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Instead, it's an audio file in MQA form tcan be packaged into high-quality containers like FLAC but at a significantly smaller size than the current FLAC encoding techniques.
It actually appends the secret files to the original audio file thus increasing the output size of the final encoded file by an amount equal to the available free space (depends on the audio format and quality).
Both people swear by their headphones which allow them to stay focused on the content of an audio file by eliminating noise around them.
There are many ways to record your audio file to a computer.
Specifically, version 2 of Microsoft's DRM was compromised, with special attention given to audio files.
Tenders are invited for 16026074- Audio Files For 2016 June Primary Election
Load it with MP3, OGG, AAC and WMA (sold by Wal-Mart and Napster) audio files or listen to FM radio.
You even can save the results to a new digital audio file.
A single MacSpeech Scribe license can create and use up to six individual voice profiles, each compatible with all accepted audio file formats.
So, at 150 Kbps, the standard transfer rate for a CD audio file would take a couple of minutes to transfer data to a 10 MB file.
Legal teams can use the online software to search hours of audio for specific words and phrases, jumping to targeted portions of the audio file as they make responsive and privilege decisions - ultimately driving down the cost of litigation.