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Over to You Now - M4A Lossless (1036kbps)

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27 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

Was the original FLAC? You can go from FLAC to WAV to AIFF without sacrificing quality, the output is the same. With ALAC (which is compressed) it's different though, you don't necessarily lose quality, but there are tidbits in the music that you don't hear anymore like you would in a source file from the CD (WAV / AIFF). 

I don't have the FLAC file :gross:

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16 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

Oh ok. You can rip CDs directly to ALAC directly in iTunes so I assumed you did that.

It's actually better to use XLD to rip your CD's over iTunes (if you have a Mac) because it's a more accurate software and processing. It's free and really user friendly too, I love it. :urite:

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2 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

It's actually better to use XLD to rip your CD's over iTunes (if you have a Mac) because it's a more accurate software and processing. It's free and really user friendly too, I love it. :urite:

Thanks for the suggestion, I’ll check it out :urite:

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1 minute ago, danny1994 said:

Thanks for the suggestion, I’ll check it out :urite:

It's nice, honestly. It has a variety of formats to use (WAV, AIFF, FLAC, ALAC, etc.) and each rip gives you a .log file so you can see if there was any errors. It comes in handly especially if you have a CD that's a little old and worn.

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Just now, BoyToySoldier said:

It's nice, honestly. It has a variety of formats to use (WAV, AIFF, FLAC, ALAC, etc.) and each rip gives you a .log file so you can see if there was any errors. It comes in handly especially if you have a CD that's a little old and worn.

I also use XACT, it has the same formats and log files. But I’ll compare them and see which I like more.

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55 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

It's nice, honestly. It has a variety of formats to use (WAV, AIFF, FLAC, ALAC, etc.) and each rip gives you a .log file so you can see if there was any errors. It comes in handly especially if you have a CD that's a little old and worn.

Cool :urite:

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