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This might be an off topic.. sorry about it..

How do you guys convert the music cds to mp3? Which is the easiest/fastest way to convert files?

Thanks..
 

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Oppps.. forgot to mention earlier..

I already have a free version of music match.. Is there any free software available?
 

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I have used this one in the past (and it's free):
Audio Crusher
 

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Get a Mac with iPod

and everything would be fast simple and eazy!

Do the AUX input and connect your iPod right into your MDX!

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TYP said:
Get a Mac with iPod

and everything would be fast simple and eazy!

Do the AUX input and connect your iPod right into your MDX!

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Hardly a cost-effective solution. :)
 

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The Best ripper is CDex get it here free,accurate, and free. If you any ASPI probs there are the required files on the website.
 

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How about recommendations for software to normalize MP3's (so the volume level is consistent)??
 

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CDex has it Option>Setting>General. Just check normalize.
 

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I agree

CDex is the best freeware program I know of for ripping. I use it on one system running XP, and one running Win2K. No problems.
 

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MDXdogmom said:
How about recommendations for software to normalize MP3's (so the volume level is consistent)??
Whoops I re-read your post. For MP3s there is a program called MP3 Gain free as well and you can do whole directories.
 

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Thanks..

Thanks AikiMDX for Audiocrusher..

I downloaded Audio Crusher and ripped about 25 cds to MP3 from yesterday.. Its been great and its fast ! This doesn't allow to convert existing files( just only rip from AudioCD)...

I will try the CDex as well and see if I can convert existing files (MPGA, RAM etc.. ) to MP3.

Any suggestions? Does CDex can convert MPGAs and RAM - Real audio files?
 
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