is one of the best softwares for encoding mp3 files. Both entertaining and intuitive, it's fit for all kinds of sound and music processing ranging from editing to audio recording. This download is for 32 bit systems, but a 64 bit version is also available on the publisher's site.
Lame is split into two files: Lame.exe, an mp3 encoding directory which is commonly used on CD playback, and Lame-enc.dll (ICL 11,1), which is exploitable from the Windows database ".regedit." In the latest version, Rarewares has tried to perfect the software including MPEG 1, 2, and 2.5; new layers of CBR and VBR ABR encodings; and an autonomous encoding engine. With Lame, encoding and decoding operations are completely free. The quality is comparable to FHG encoding engines and significantly better than most other encoders. In addition, the encoding is faster with a computer equipped with a Pentium 4 processor or greater. In case of noise interference, Blade has a powerful and easy-to-use audio preset. A GTK/X-Windows parser identifies and processes uncoded mp3 files. You can also listen to music in iTunes if QuickTime player is installed.