Of course you can make it easy for all of them. Go the extra mile. Offer all of the formats. And new audioformats will pop up and you will want to do them too. You can heap endless work on yourself if you want to.
I beg to disagree. The diversity of file formats, as with everything
else, actually enables a faster advance of storage formats. If we
stick to one compressed audio format, that "we think" is better:
1. We might be wrong and our files will be outdated after some time.
2. We will be a part of the inertia against introduction of new technologies
I am not for any particular file format. I think storage of a plain wave file
is sufficient, since that is the format audio is recorded by initially by
the computer. But not everybody has their own computer set up for
audio conversion, hence the need to support as many formats as