Can I play the audio tracks on my MP3 player instead of playing them in my stereo or portable CD player?
We don’t recommend converting the audio tracks to MP3 format because the compression process can interfere with the brainwave technology on the CDs, but converting the tracks to an uncompressed format such as WAV or AIFF is perfectly fine. When an audio track is converted to a format like MP3, the audio is compressed to make the resulting file smaller. During that compression process, certain bits of audio are clipped and some of the quality is lost. Because most of the binaural frequencies on the CDs are located in the highest and lowest ends of the spectrum, and because the precise combinations of frequencies play such an important role in the effectiveness of the CDs, any clipping that occurs in those ranges can reduce the overall effectiveness. When converting normal music tracks, the missing data isn’t as noticeable to the listener, but with tracks that contain binaural frequencies, any missing data can cause a noticeable difference in the effects. You can convert the CD tracks to