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SubjectBeen away from the whole mp3 repair thing...please help Reply to this message
Posted byEvildrak
Posted on12/19/06 08:30 PM



Is there some kind of software (free or otherwise) that actually works in repairing those *hics* in an mp3? Please let me know, and thank you.


SubjectRerip the CD with something that doesn't suck new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on12/19/06 09:26 PM



EAC or CDex for the money. Paranoid mode is the only way to roll.




SubjectIt was a downloaded album, guess I'm fucked :) -nt- new Reply to this message
Posted byEvildrak
Posted on12/19/06 09:32 PM



> EAC or CDex for the money. Paranoid mode is the only way to roll.
>



SubjectYet another reason i don't download music new Reply to this message
Posted byRoushiMSX
Posted on12/20/06 00:42 AM



You either got to do it yourself or have it done by a trusted friend if you want it done right. The quality of stuff on P2P varies just too damn wildly (especially with respect to proper ID3 tagging and sound quality).

Seriously, check your local library's cd selection out. If they don't have what you're looking for, check the next library over. :)




SubjectNewsgroups usually has good mp3s new Reply to this message
Posted byjonnyvegas
Posted on12/20/06 06:33 PM



Tagged and Bagged and the quality is usually decent


Sweeeeeeeeeeet


SubjectI know, you're so right.. just did it in a pinch-nt- new Reply to this message
Posted byEvildrak
Posted on12/20/06 08:13 PM



> You either got to do it yourself or have it done by a trusted friend if you want
> it done right. The quality of stuff on P2P varies just too damn wildly
> (especially with respect to proper ID3 tagging and sound quality).
>
> Seriously, check your local library's cd selection out. If they don't have what
> you're looking for, check the next library over. :)
>



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