Saving in WAV

Saving in WAV


Why To Save in WAV?

We have found that many music lovers are surprised to learn that all music downloaded from iTunes or Amazon, for example, has had a huge amount of the sound removed from the music – in fact, about 90% of the sound has been removed. You can get an idea of the difference by looking at these figures: 1 hour of a New Equations Music WAV file uses about 600MB of storage space, whereas a 1 hour mp3 audio file needs about 60MB of storage space. Music stores remove the sound in order to make small mp3 files which take up less storage space and transfer more quickly onto audio players, such as iPods, iPads, smartphones and computers. You can avoid loosing music quality by checking your iTunes, jukebox, or music manager settings to make sure they are keeping your music in WAV.

We recommend that you keep your New Equations Music in its high quality WAV format so that the New Equations Frequencies™ that are used when New Equations Music is composed do not become distorted. When they are distorted and frequencies are missing, the music’s ability to align with your body is diminished and the rich sound of the original recording is lost. New Equations Music is played in frequencies that help your body feel music in ways not available any other place in the world.

How to Save Music in WAV

If you use Apple Music (Formerly iTunes) your music should automatically be saved in WAV when you move it into your music library (unless you have changed your internal settings). If you would like to check to make sure that your music is saved in WAV, follow the instructions below.

  1. Open Apple Music on your computer.
  2. Find a New Equations Music song.
  3. Hover your mouse over the song, and you will see three blue dots. Click the blue dots.
  4. A drop down menu will appear. (You can also get to this menu by right clicking on the song)
  5. Pick “Get Info” from the drop down menu. A new pop up menu will appear.
  6. Click the option that says “File”
  7. The first line of text should read “kind: WAV audio file”

And you’re all done!

If the file doesn’t say “WAV audio file” we recommend you follow these instructions from the Apple webiste to help get your music into WAV. 


If you use other jukebox or music manager programs, check your settings to make sure your music is not degraded when stored using these programs – many programs, such as Amarra, PureMusic, Decibel or Audirvana, MediaMonkey, Winamp, JRiver or WMP, are designed to play your music in WAV (CD quality music).