Music and other audio data come in many different file formats. Two common formats are WMA and WAV files. WMA stands for Windows Media Audio, which are compressed audio files that are designed to work with Microsoft programs, like Windows movie maker and media player. WAV files are uncompressed audio files that many people prefer for audio editing. Essentially any audio editing program can use WAV files, and they tend to have good quality.
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