The primary Ease Audio Converter tool can convert to, and from a vast variety of formats; including WAV, MP3, WMA, AAC (used by iTunes) and even FLAC (lossless compression). This trial version can convert only 30 files in total, and only 5 songs at a time.
The second utility is called Audio Recorder, and lets you record any audio source, such as Internet radio streams, directly to a digital audio file, such as the popular MP3 format.
The final Audio Cutter utility lets you trim your music files to remove silence, or unwanted sections.
In use, the Ease Audio Converter tool is useful enough software, but the smaller two utilities are buggy, crash prone and feel like an afterthought. If you're only converting a few files at a time, rather than big batches, I'd recommend the superior and free Audacity audio editor.
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