How to render 16-bit 44.1 khz.wav files on windows Tags: Burner Windows XP Last response: June 22, 2012 1:03 PM in Windows XP Share Bob_15 June 22, 2012 8:48:34 AM I need to render 16-bit 44.1 khz.wav files on windows xp as a third party application for burning cds from fruity loops how? More about : render bit khz wav files windows nhasian June 22, 2012 1:03:12 PM you can create and edit audio files with Audacity. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved16-bit / 32-bit programs: how to run in Windows 7 Forum [Solved] 16-bit / 32-bit programs: how to run in Windows 7 Forum SolvedHow to move files from SSD to HDD on windows 7? Forum Solvedhow to show hidden files on memeory pen windows 8 Forum SolvedHow to transfer files from a Dead Windows XP to Windows 8.1? Forum SolvedHow to copy files from internal HDD to external HDD using CMD in Windows 8 install - Tutorial Forum SolvedHow do I delete Windows and Program Files directories from other HD's in my system? (Not the ones in use) Forum SolvedWhere/how do I get an ISO file for my Windows 7... Forum SolvedHow can I Factory Restore my Windows 8 HP laptop when I am missing some files? Forum SolvedHow can I transfer my windows files? Forum SolvedHow do I extract a .psarc file on windows 8.1? Forum SolvedHow To Install Windows 8 From ISO File onto another computer Forum SolvedHow to remove all Windows files without formatting? Forum SolvedHow to remove 'windows files' Forum SolvedHow to let Windows 7 & 8 (in workgroup) share files with WRITE/MODIFY access? Forum SolvedHow do I change hard drive file system outside of Windows? Forum refresh reformat format windows 8.1 without losing files or settings = how much DO I loose? Forum SolvedHow to transfer files over lan windows 7 laptop to windows 7 desktop Forum How to setup SSD as windows and programs, and HDD as files/downloads etc. Forum How to reboot a crashed Acer 5750 without loosing saved files? I have the recovery CDS but it says starting Windows then Acer Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !