Tom Fine:

> Since everything costs something in 
> the Mac world, you need to spend 
>some cash on third-party software to
> use FLAC widely on the Mac platform. 
>In the Windows world, you can deal 
>with FLAC widely with no-cost software, 
>and it is recognized by all decent 
>rippers, taggers, audio editor, players, etc.


No cost Mac software that all encodes/decodes to most filetypes:

Just to name a few such programs.

There is plenty more if you search for it.

If you wish to spend some cash then Toast works nicely.

Best regards,

Goran Finnberg
The Mastering Room AB

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