Convert AAC to MP3
[Free Software]

Do you need to convert AAC to MP3 in an easy way? Use free and powerful Freemake AAC to MP3 Converter. It changes any AAC music to MP3 format in 3 clicks only. No quality loss! Get the best sound quality without iTunes. ***Top audio freeware of 2019!***

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Why you should try the tool:
1. Install free Freemake AAC to MP3 Converter
2. Add your tracks
3. Choose "to MP3"
4. Tune final settings
5. Convert AAC to MP3

See how to convert AAC to MP3 free:

1

Download Free AAC to MP3 Converter

Download free Freemake Audio Converter from the official website. By default, you get the online installer version that loads all the needed components from the Web during the installation process. There is also the offline installer available on the Downloads page.

Freemake Audio Converter works only on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10.

The installation is fast and easy: you may click the button "Next" all the time. At the end decide if you want to keep the desktop and quick launch icon of the software on your PC.
2

Add AAC audio files

Run the software and add AAC songs you need to convert to MP3 files. You may do it in several ways. Use either the "+Audio" button to choose the tracks or simply drag-'n-drop them into the freeware main window.

Great news!
Freemake Audio Converter supports batch mode. It means that you may add and convert as many files as you wish at once.

Please note that the program doesn't support protected/purchased audio files.
3

Choose "to MP3"

Now have a look at the bottom of the program window. Here are all possible audio formats you may change your file(s) to.

If you want to convert AAC to MP3, click the "to MP3" button. Then choose "Optimal quality", this preset keeps the original audio settings and quality. Alternatively, you may select any other quality you need. For example, 320kbps, 256kbps, and others.

Please note that you can't encode a low-quality file into a high-quality one. Freemake tool doesn’t increase the original media parameters.
4

Tune final settings

In case none of the freeware ready profiles suits your needs, you can create a custom one. To do it, choose "Add custom preset" from the presets drop-down menu. There will appear a new window where you can set the sample rate, bitrate, and audio channel.

Finally, select a folder where your new MP3 tracks will be saved. Keep in mind that the program doesn’t substitute the original songs; it only creates MP3 version alongside with the existing files.
5

Convert AAC to MP3

Click "Convert" to run the conversion process. It may take some time depending on your computer capacity. As soon as the new audio is ready, play it with Windows Media Player or any other music player.

With Freemake Audio Converter, you can also convert WAV to MP3 and WMA to MP3.