the advice of "WolcottStudios" below is completely incorrect. Changing the file type in the file name does not convert the file into a different format. An analogy : If I scribble out “45rpm” on a record and write in “33rpm” it will not make the record playable at 33rpm.
bleepurchin "the idea that flack files are of any use to sound designers or indeed anyone is idiotic. aifs, mps or wavs please!! . cant even convert them easily! " . You must be right about me being an idiot as despite your insult I’m still helping you ... http://www.online-convert.com . Do I need to explain disadvantages of lossy compression inherent in mp3 to a sound designer such as yourself ? , (probably yes ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lossy_compression ).