Foundations MP3s - Information and helpAn MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3) file is about one tenth the size of the original audio file but the sound is nearly CD-quality. Because of their small size and good fidelity MP3 files have become a popular way to store music files on both computers and portable devices (such as iPod).
Computers require software to play MP3 files. Most computers will have a default program such as Windows Media Player or iTunes that will enable the MP3 to be used.
Below is a list of links to official websites where the most popular free audio software can be downloaded:
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