How many ways can you convert audio files from one file format to another? The Mac has a few dozen apps which do the conversions, but none quite so simple and elegant as iSonics. This free app converts audio files by drag and drop and click. Free? iSonics is free while in beta, though it works very well already.
All that’s required to begin the audio file conversion is to drag and drop an audio file onto iSonics.
Click the Convert To button and select which audio file format you want to convert to, adjust the settings in the sidebar, and you’re good to go.
iSonics can take most audio files and convert them to MP3, MP2, AAC, FLAC, ALAC, WMA, OGG Vorbis, AC3 or WAV. You can control the ID information, bitrate mode, and much more.
It even imports CDs and sends converted audio files to iTunes. Preferences are nominal, and give you options for output, and metadata.
iSonics even downloads appropriate album art for popular songs. The conversion takes place within seconds and works on multiple files at one time. I don’t know what the future price tag will be, but this may be the easiest way to convert audio files on the Mac.