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Member # 4477
 - posted October 17, 2005 13:46
I'm looking for a cheep, efficient program to use. Got any suggestions?
Member # 1717
 - posted October 17, 2005 14:00
Originally posted by tyler:
I'm looking for a cheep, efficient program to use. Got any suggestions?

Helps if you tell us what you wish to convert from and to.
The Famous Druid
Member # 1769
 - posted October 17, 2005 15:23
For ripping my CDs, I use CDex (although that makes me a criminal here in oz, ripping your own bought-and-paid-for CDs onto an iPod is illegal)

Of course, you could use iTunes it's free, easier to use than CDex (but not as flexible) and you don't need an iPod to use it.

If you're looking for something to edit files, and convert between formats, have a look at audacity
Member # 183
 - posted October 18, 2005 05:52
I use sox (SOund eXchange) for all my audio conversion needs, and I have a few needs: I run a telephone switch among other things, so I end up converting a lot of audio files (one thing we do ends up normalizing, converting, concatenating, and converting back over 300 sound files).

Make sure MP3 support is compiled in. There is even a Windows version if your computer is thusly hobbled.

And a second vote for Audacity as well: it's quick and easy enough, and powerful enough, to handle what I've needed. It also has a Windows version, and both Audacity and sox are free software.
Member # 1959
 - posted October 18, 2005 06:04
iTunes, and I rip to AAC (MP4)
Member # 4477
 - posted October 18, 2005 13:30
I'm going from audio to mp3
Member # 2097
 - posted October 18, 2005 14:25
Do you mean CD audio to MP3 or perhaps a line in source.

Window, Mac, Linux or BSD?

I use LAME but that is me.
Jace Raven
Member # 2444
 - posted October 18, 2005 20:00
I need to listen to songs on my computer fast easy cheap and efficient?
Member # 4495
 - posted October 18, 2005 21:11
Member # 4477
 - posted October 19, 2005 14:35
I want a program so i can use my new dellditty. some halarious videos on their site too www.ditty-o.com
Member # 3836
 - posted October 19, 2005 16:29
Originally posted by Jercos:

Seconded, well for a while at least, it pissed me off after a while, when it tried setting itself as default for protocols that it didn't support. So now I just rip to MP3 to begin with.

EDIT:, By the way, what is this "audio" format you speak of, none of my players so far support the .audio extension
Jace Raven
Member # 2444
 - posted October 19, 2005 20:01
Originally posted by Jercos:

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dude whats that shit? thats awesome! what does it mean? does it say anything?

Your soo fscking 1337. I would almost say 31337!

I use XMMS
Member # 4527
 - posted October 30, 2005 10:23

Member # 4495
 - posted November 01, 2005 21:04
010010010010000001110101011100110110010100100000011101110110100101101110011000010110110101110000 = I use winamp
that is if you werent joking...

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