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Ripping legally purchased copy controlled audio CDs
Authored by: salimma on Feb 19, '03 09:46:42PM

Funny. I have this made-in-California Persian CD by Omid that would play but not rip in any DVD or CD player, and on a recording drive (tried on CD-RW, DVD/CD-RW and DVD-R/CD-RW) would do the following:

- turns Windows into molasses until you have the good sense to eject
- nothing happens in Linux
- iTunes just eject the CD

Of course, returning the CD is also much harder since I imported it :(. Bummer. No, it did not have the CD logo anywhere either. Any guess how long it will be before sale of discmans pick up again? (analog line-out -> computer line-in).

Incidentally, can anyone recommend a decent free/cheap shareware recording app? I'm using Audacity but it records nothing when I connect an audio cable from my stereo to the mic input. If I set the recording device to the internal microphone Audacity goes mad and had to be killed :(

- Michel

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- Michel



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