TunesKit Audio Converter 3.4

Convert DRM and DRM-free audio files into the most common audio formats.
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TunesKit Audio Converter is designed to help you convert DRM and DRM-free audio files into the most common audio formats, so you can enjoy your favorite music tracks and audiobooks on ordinary computer players and portable devices.

A simple and intuitive interface facilitates file optimization. Therefore, the tool allows you to both drag and drop the audio files into the program and to browse your computer and iTunes library from within the main window. Adding multiple files for batch conversion is fully supported. Once the files are loaded, you are provided with essential information about each imported item, such as the title, the original format, and the duration. A small editor lets you tailor the volume, the speed, and the pitch of each file individually. In addition, you have the ability to split large audio files into smaller pieces by chapter, duration, or into average segments. Furthermore, you can correct the tags or insert any missing file information. Then, you can enable the conversion by selecting the destination folder and the desired output format. It is good to know that each of the six output formats - MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and M4B - supports being fine-tuned in terms of codec, sample rate, channel, bit rate, and quality.

In short, TunesKit Audio Converter offers to optimize audio files for playback on common media players. The intuitive conversion process makes the application suitable for both advanced users and complete beginners. However, the price you need to pay for using the program at its full capacity is rather high if compared to similar tools.

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Review summary


  • Converts both DRM and DRM-free audio files
  • Splits large audio files
  • Batch conversion
  • Can tailor the volume, the speed, and the pitch
  • Supports lowering the audio quality


  • Quite expensive
  • Occasional blockages

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The free software appears to work but it doesn't look like you buy the full version.

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