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vampireuk 08-06-02 02:28 PM

cd ripping
 
Got a few more cds today(due to mp3 downloading take that congress!) anyone got any suggestions for what to use to rip them?

The suggestions must not include the following:

Musicmatch

thankyou:D

jnd3 08-06-02 02:59 PM

CD Ripping...
 
I'm a fan of CDex (http://cdexos.sourceforge.net). Simple to use, works great, less filling. And free. Gotta like free.

Cheers,
JND

The Baron 08-06-02 05:07 PM

CDex rules... just not NeoAudio, the BLATANT CDEX CLONE THAT USES EXACTLY THE SAME SOURCE CODE EXCEPT THE COPYRIGHT STUFF, THE NAME, THE LOGO, PLUS THE ADDED SPYWARE.

Ah, corporate America--ain't it great? :p

McBane 08-06-02 06:22 PM

I've been using CDEX for over 2 years and it hasn't failed me yet...Good little proggie!:D

Starscream 08-06-02 07:12 PM

I too am a long time CDEX user. It's a truly kick ass program.

netviper13 08-06-02 09:30 PM

CDex is absolutely incredible. Plus it's free.

StealthHawk 08-06-02 09:51 PM

use CDex in paranoid mode :D

saturnotaku 08-07-02 10:52 PM

CDEX with the latest LAME mp3 encoding engine makes for some very sweet music creation. I refuse to use anything else.

VeritechK7 08-08-02 12:22 AM

ditto w/ everyone here. :D

vampireuk 08-13-02 06:19 AM

I too am now a fan of CDex:cool:

|JuiceZ| 08-13-02 11:05 AM

Well you won't believe this but I've also a CDEX loyalist :D

Javage 08-13-02 01:30 PM

Exact Audio Copy and LAME.


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