FEATURED: The Ultimate Audio Conversion SoftwareIf you intend to convert audio files, there are countless tools available – we have reviewed a couple conversion tools that can convert up to 32 audio formats
So, you want to want to know how to record what you hear in Windows 7? It’s definitely possibly, although some people will not be happy if I tell you how to do it. Microsoft removed the entry “what you hear” from Vista and Windows 7, because people started recording what they heard online instead of buying iTunes or other stuff online, although it is completely legal to record what you hear.
I was looking for a free Audio Converter for Windows 7. The internet is flooded with a massive amount of shareware converters and I am tired of it. Obviously, no one wants to pay $20 for something they can get for free unless it has some special features. Finally, I found a tool that allowed me to mass convert WAV to MP3 files in Windows 7.