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    A Clean Audio Conversion Program for Mac and PC.

    RETURN is an audio conversion tool that will return your audio to 432 Hertz. Straightforward technology that will convert your own music for your own serenity.

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  • Simultaneously Convert Multiple Types of Songs

    -Converts up to 100 songs in one batch
    -Songs can be up to 60 Minutes long
    -Converts Bit Rates up to 320


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Designed for ease

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RETURN was built specifically for changing music from 440Hz to 432Hz. Now you can change all the songs in your library with one program. Most songs today are recorded in A440.

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In RETURN you can easily convert up to 100 songs at a time and it only takes a few minutes. You no longer have to change only one song at a time!

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Together with research and feedback, we have a lot of other exciting updates that will be coming in the future. The Updated version will be sent for free to those who have the older version. See our FAQ for more information.

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You do not need computer programming skills to use RETURN, or need to know music, cent, semitones and octaves. RETURN does all the math for you, and saves it with "-R432" at the end of the song so you can find your changed music easily. When it comes to conversion to 432Hz, nothing does it as simple and quick as RETURN.

How it's done...

The down and simple process of converting your files to 432 Hertz. Only 3 Steps!

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Select your Audio Files

Just browse for your music files and upload one or multiple files to the Queue.

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Select which folder to save into

Suggest saving all your 432Hz song files in its separate folder.

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Click Start!

The program converts the files at an average of 45 seconds per song and saves it in your chosen folder using the file name "Song-R432".

Download to your Player

Now take those newly converted files and add them to your Smartphone, MP3 Player, iTunes, etc. and experience a whole new way of listening to music.

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Awesome efficiency in Audio Conversion at a one time price.

One Low Cost

$29.95 Unlimited

  • Batch Conversions
  • Convert 9 different audio file types
  • Unlimited Song Conversions
  • Fast Conversions (45 sec/song)
  • Upload to your Music Player

Got Questions? Good, because we've got answers.

Below are some F.A.Q.s. Feel free to contact us with any other questions you may have. We want you to be pleased with our product.

 Why is my conversion stopping, crashing or staying on loading?

Here are some tips to allow for an efficient conversion:
-Ensure that your computer doesn’t fall into sleep/hibernation mode while converting.
-make sure you have enough hard drive space to convert what you are selecting. If doing 1-3 hour songs, run them by themselves.
-Update your Adobe Air at https://get.adobe.com/air/. This free software allows for a light and efficient conversion software.

 Why can't I select some of my songs for conversion (grayed out)?

The greyed out means you need to either: A. Change your options in your player or B. The song is protected.
For option A in iTunes: Right click the song in iTunes. A screen with options will appear. Simply click on "Create MP3 version". If you right click and you do not see "Convert to MP3" in the menu but rather you see "Convert to AAC or another format" you need to do the following: From the iTunes menu, click on iTunes, next select Preferences and then select General in the Preferences dialog if it is not already selected. From there in the General tab of Preferences go about 3/4 of the way down the dialog and select Import Settings. In the Import Settings you need to select MP3 encoder as the default in the drop down list. Once this is done close by electing OK and then close Preferences by selecting OK and from that point forward when you select a song or songs and right mouse click you will have the "Convert to MP3" option in the menu.
You can then open the Return to 432 software to add the song to the batch conversion.
For option B: If you try and create the MP3 version in iTunes and it pops up with: "song could not be converted because protected file cannot be converted to other formats" you can burn these songs onto a CD. Then Re-import them into your iTunes and they will then be in MP3 format, if you have the MP3 selected in your preferences options.

 What updates are expected to come soon?

-Having the option to convert to 432hz or 528 Hz
-Original file tuning frequency will be detected as opposed to processing under assumption of 440 hz
-A Pro version that reads each song as it comes in. For master tracks and DJ
-As part of the pro version it can do bit rates higher than 320
-A stand alone program that you do not have to download to your computer

 How does the bit rate option work?

Return software converts songs up to a 320 bit rate. The bit rate the song is made at, is what it will be converted at and come out as well.

 Why do I need Adobe Air?

As opposed to creating a typical .exe program that sometimes bogs down processing speeds due to large file sizes, we chose to utilize Adobe Air (a free program) to develop this software in order to provide a clean, light and efficient application that speeds up conversion of audio files. In order to prevent issues with the program, ensure that you have updated your Adobe Air at https://get.adobe.com/air/. To see that your system meets minimum requirements for Adobe Air install, check http://www.adobe.com/products/air/tech-specs.html.

 How do I put my converted songs back into my iTunes or Media Player?

Go to your 432HZ folder that you created on your computer and double click on the song and it will play in your iTunes or Media Player and you can put them into a 432 playlist!