When looking at audio files, you’ve probably noticed the numbers, letters, or combination of both at the end of the file name. Whether it’s MP3, WAV, or any other, each audio file has one. These are audio codecs. A codec is a device or program that compresses data for transmission and decompresses the received data. In audio files, codecs have an effect on the listening experience, whether you're using headphones or listening through speakers. There are six commonly used audio codec formats: FLAC, WAV, MP3, WMA, ALAC, and AAC. This blog will explain each type, and what sets it apart from others.
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