XM to MP3 - The best XM to MP3 Converter to Batch Convert XM to MP3 on Mac and Windows

Easily Convert XM to MP3, WAV to Play XM Files in Most Popular Players or Devices

Nov 17, 2015, Updated by Shirley White

The Definition of XM Format

XM, standing for "extended module", is one of module music file formats. Other module music formats include IT, MOD, S3M, MTM, UMX, MO3, .etc. Module music formats are similar to MIDI format, they contain data about how to play a music, like what instrument to use, what notes to play, and what speed to play. Doesn't like ordinary audio file, music file can only contain music played by instruments. Ordinary audio file like MP3 and WAV, can contain any sound like human voice. The difference betwen module file and MIDI file is MIDI only contains notes, while module file contains wave form of each note also. You can find many module files here: http://www.modarchive.org/.

XM is introduced by Triton's FastTracker 2. XM introduced multisampling-capable instruments with volume and panning envelopes, and basic pattern compression. It also expanded the available effect commands and channels, added 16-bit sample support, and offered an alternative frequency table for portamentos. XM is a common format for many chiptunes.

Now the question is:

Does anyone know where I can find a useful XM to MP3 or XM to WAV converter? I've tried looking through some of the major search engines and most of them only have information on how to create XM files but none mention any XM-to-MP3 converter.

XM format is not compatible with most popular players like iTunes, MP3 Players, Windows Media Player, etc, so that's why people are desire to convert XM to MP3, convert XM to WAV, AAC, AC3, M4A, FLAC and so on.

How to Convert XM Files?

Although there are a lot methods to help you convert XM to MP3, WAV, etc, the most common one of them is turning to a professional yet easy-to-use XM Converter to convert XM files. Faasoft XM Converter is really a trustworthy one.

As a wonderful XM to MP3 Converter, it supports converting XM to MP3 with simple steps and then it gets easy to play XM in iTunes, QuickTime, MP3 Players, iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc.

As a perfect XM to WAV Converter, this XM Converter enables you to convert XM files to WAV on both Mac and Windows. After the conversion, you can enjoy XM clips in Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker, Android, etc.

Faasoft XM Converter also allows you to convert XM to many other audio formats such as FLAC, M4A, AAC, AC3, AIFF, CAF, DTS and WMA and so on. Another powerful feature of this XM Converter is it can help you edit XM files before conversion to meet your special need: cut the useless parts, merge tons of XM files into a big one, change audio channel, adjust volume level, etc.

XM Converter Mac and Windows

Download the ideal XM Converter and install it on your computer to have a try. Here we will take convert XM to MP3 as example.

Step 1 Add XM file
Once you run this XM Converter, just drag and drop XM file to the main interface of the program to import file.

If you want to convert XM to MP3 in batch mode, you'd better to put all XM files into a folder and then drag the folder to the program.

Step 2 Set MP3 as output format
In this step, what you need to do is clicking the drop-down button on the right side of "Profile" to choose "MP3 MPEG Layer-3 Audio (*.mp3)" from "General Audio" category as output format.

Step 3 Complete the conversion
Now, just click the big "Convert" button on the bottom of the program to finish the XM to MP3 conversion.


It is pretty easy to convert XM to MP3, WAV, etc with Faasoft XM Converter. Not only that, it supports converting among almost all kinds of audio formats with fast conversion speed and high output quality. It is really worth a try.