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I'm working on a Win95 platform and want to supply my website with audio files not only in Windows .wav-format. How can I convert my .wav-files to Mac .aiff-files or MPEG-audio files? Is any additional hardware required?
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You can use a program such as Goldwave to convert your .wav files to another format. You can find Goldwave (shareware) on http://www.shareware.com.

Personally, I think you'd better use the .au file format, which I think is a standard readable by all platforms.
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