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Thread wave to MP3, Real Audio, and WMA

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1 wave to MP3, Real Audio, and WMA
Hi All! I'm trying to offer a variety of formats on our church website for listening to sermons. We record using Sonar. This app creates a wav file and can export to mp3, but takes forever. Instead I've been using AudioGrabber's Lame plugin to convert over to mp3 and offer that up on the website. I'd like, however, to offer Real Audio and Windows Media Player choices as well. Is there a single tool that will convert into both formats? Thank you very much in advance for any advise!

Eric
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Nevermind, figured it out. Awave is the program (and Free).
:D
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Awave is not free. It's free to convert the first 60s which does no good.