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[TOS#8] Ill conceived recommendations for CD ripping

My current favorite software for CD replication is Express Burn: it outperforms Exact Audio Copy for HDCDs. When asked for preferences for encoding the first time, select the values shown in the attachment.
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Re: CD Copying Software

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An edit to this post I started: ExpressBurn is the actual copying software, but Express Rip is what I was really referring to when setting the encoder, and I have attached the screenshot for the highest quality audio setting.
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Re: CD Copying Software

Reply #2
No
Is troll-adiposity coming from feederism?
With 24bit music you can listen to silence much louder!

 
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