I am using Audacity 2.3.3. Current version of Win10/64bit.
New user here, “FNG”, if you will. Impressed with the amount of tech and user documentation provided.
I have been using my OLD MS ZEN music player, but it finally checked-out on me. I need (would like to) to Export my music library from PC to iPhone 13 and retain the .wav format. All songs are saved in .wav, and all are stored in:
C>Documents>Music>Artist>filename.wav. I have some 250+ music Files and over 3000 songs.
Is it possible to Export music files within a folder, or must I access each file individually? What is the best method to accomplish this task? Is Audacity the best program for my needs? I am not an artist and do not record my own material. I have read the manual and Quick Start, as well searched the forum for similar terms. If I have missed anything, my apologies.
I don’t have an iPhone, but I think the usual way to do that is with iTunes. iTunes for Windows is available here: https://support.apple.com/en_GB/downloads/itunes
The last time I used iTunes I absolutely hated it so if I did have an iPhone, I would probably search Google for: “copy wav files from windows to iphone” and look for other alternatives.
Audacity is not suitable for this task. Audacity is terrific for recording, editing, processing, and even fairly good at converting audio formats, but it is not going to help you move files from PC to mobile device.
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