This is slightly OT, more of a computer issue I'm having.
I was wondering if someone can help me with a conversion issue I'm having. I'm at uni and I use the uni's studio to record quite often. They're running a protools system on a mac. I've come to the time I want to master some of my stuff and becuase of the load on the studio at uni I decided to do this stuff at home.
This is where I ran into a problem. I'm running a PC and using Wavelab for a mastering program.
I bounced my stuff down to a 24bit, 44.1 .wav files on the mac thinking that I'd be able to open this on my PC.
I burnt this to a data CD using a program called 'Toast' (which I don't really know much about, the uni uses it though for burning). I'd selected in this program to burn a CD that was readable by both Mac and PC.
When I loaded the CD on my PC it read the disk alright and recognised the files, however they weren't .wav files. I tried renaming them .wav files but the PC still wouldn't recognise them as wav files.
Does anyone know what might be going wrong here? Is there a way I can take a Mac .wav file and open it on a PC?