Convert GSM to AAC
Convert your GSM files to AAC online
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GSM digital audio format
Developed in Europe, this format was designed for mobile users. GSM is used for audio files that contain a large amount of audio information. Suitable for voice recordings, including recordings of phone calls. You can compress and archive a GSM file to achieve a different file size. The format is mostly used to create and store voice information. There are 4 types of this format that can be opened using different applications.
Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)
This format stands for advanced audio encoding. Created as an alternative to mp3, it allows for compressing files at bitrates identical to mp3, obtaining high-quality sound. Files of the AAC format contain many sampling frequencies. Advanced Audio Coding includes 48 channels. This type of encoding is more efficient and includes a larger number of filters. Files of the Advanced Audio Coding format cut off the frequencies which the human hearing cannot perceive. This results in a reduction of the original file size.
❓How to convert audio AAC to GSM ?
Simply upload the AAC file in step 1, then select the GSM format and click "Convert". All! After the file conversion process is completed, you can download it.
⏳How long does it take to convert AAC to GSM ?
It all depends on the size of the file you are uploading. But thanks to our most powerful servers and technologies, the AAC file conversion is carried out as quickly as possible. Also, in the process of converting a file to GSM, you can monitor the progress of file encoding.
🛡️Is it safe to convert AAC online?
We guarantee that your uploaded AAC files are completely safe. All GSM and AAC files are deleted from the server a few minutes after the conversion process is completed.
📱How to convert AAC on Iphone or android online?
Our service works on all OS and mobile devices. Everything is very simple! Load the AAC file, select the GSM file type in "step 2" and start the conversion.