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Convert iTMS songs to a DRM-free format without burning
Authored by: foresmac on Aug 14, '06 08:44:52AM

There is a loss in sound quality, but, as with all types of human perception, some people may notice and other may not. I'd try it with a few tracks and see if you find it acceptable or not. I encoded all my CDs at 128kbps AAC and I consider my self a fairly astute listener, however I rarely notice compression artifacts. I've also made audio CDs from those tracks that others have re-encoded into AAC or mp3 on their own machines and I've never heard anyone complain about sound quality.



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