I've just come home from a studio with a freshly-mastered track, which I have on my computer as a stereo .AIFF file. I would like to submit this track to a particular compilation online, and the organizer has asked me to email him a .WAV file, so I need to convert it to .WAV format. However, I don't want to introduce any coloring or artifacts in the sound, and I'm not confident that I would be able to catch this with my ears in time, if it did happen.
I'd like the conversion to be sample-accurate, if this is possible. It seems like it should be. I've never really run into this since I switched over to OSX from Windows so I'm not familiar with the available software yet.
Is there a tool or process for OSX that is known to convert .AIFF to .WAV without changing a single sample? Which is to say, without affecting the resulting audio waveform in any way?