: When it is converted to a wav or wma, there is an echoe in the background which makes it sound as if it was a robot speaking. Is there anything I can do to stop this?
Yes, There are lot of ways.
But first to tell uoy what is causing this echo.
Actually the program (whatever name) are you using is capturing the
sound through Speakers which produces an echo.
In order to have clear wav sound, try to have a program that directly
converts MP3 to wav and/or wma.
One good program is dbPowerAMP
If you want a free one, wait for a month , I have nearly completed one.
I am going to launch it either free or for a very small charge.
But it will always be free for developes in PH Boards.
Hope This Helps
Er. Gurpreet Singh (B.E Mech.)