asked Jul 01 '14 at 04:32 by benacio (26)

i just finished making a track and i dont know how to convert it to an mp3 file so i can upload it to Soundcloud. please advise.

As far as I know you can upload wav or aiff files to Soundcloud, no need to convert to mp3 first. So just open your project, go to File > Export Audio, go through the export process and you're good to go.

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answered Jul 01 '14 at 15:44 by fredrik (80)

i just did it and it worked. thanks alot for responding.

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answered Jul 01 '14 at 16:44 by benacio (26)

export as wav convert to mp3 with audacity

  — (Dec 22 '14 at 02:27) BlackHoleNFO

The mp3 conversion of Soundcloud is probably not the best. It makes sense to convert it elsewhere prior to upload. You could for example use www.landr.com to let you track be mastered by an online algorithm. Matering to mp3 is entirely free there. Make sure to have plenty of headroom on your master track. Like -6db. Dont apply compression or limiting to your master. Make sure you finde the best balances for the faders of each track and don't forget to use panning and volume- and EQ-automation to make space for all the sound going on in your track. Good luck :-)

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answered Mar 19 '15 at 15:12 by Ulrich (565)

Soundlcoud will always convert to 128kbit/s MP3 for streaming, no matter what file you upload. If downloads are enabled, people will have access to the original files as uploaded. Converting a lossy file to MP3 again, especially 128kbit/s MP3 will result in trans-coding errors and deteriorate the quality again. It's always best to upload a loss-less file to streaming services.

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answered Aug 26 '17 at 07:25 by Cyler (286)

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