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down loading music to cd's?

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by lone wolf, Mar 1, 2014.

  1. lone wolf

    lone wolf Pro Poster

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    Hi guys
    Well mrs wolf passed her driving test last week:)
    Now she is free as a bird on the highways of hell she wants to be able to download her fav music to cd and tourture everyone in traffic jams with it.

    Shes got napster but you cant download and burn to cd, whats out there thats going to let her burn some driving songs off.

    Gaz
     
  2. warrenater

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    i use mp3panda , russian site and v cheap .
     
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    I use pirate bay and isoburn or any mp3 coverter/burner if you google it there are loads of free ones out there up for grabs .
     
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    just get one of the youtube catcher downloads..

    capture to mp3 on ya puter then burn to disc...
     
  5. lone wolf

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    cheers guys I will get her to try these and I will now need some ear defenders for the car once she's figured out how to burn the songs lol

    gaz
     
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    I use Cdex for ripping content that I already own and use Nero Burning ROM to make backup copies for use in the car.

    Installing the lame 3.92 codec (if you can find it) will ensure a good quality replication of the music.

    As above I think Image Burn or Alcohol 120% support 1:1 copying of music Cd's, I prefer to rip to MP3 or Flac first though and store a digital copy on the computer first as it's less time and hassle to make further copies as needed.
     
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    If you get a windows app called ReplayMusic which does not cost much you can rip streamed music to MP3.

    Therefor a free Spotify account or any other streaming site, lets you get all you need for CD's ;). Just set up your play list, set ReplayMusic to grab it and play......

    You need to sort some settings to take out the adds and make sure the tracks seperate but it does not take too much working out.
    http://http://applian.com/replay-music/

    P.S. You can then just import them into Windows media player and burn them to CD.
     
  8. Barcelona68

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    Folks still use cd's???
     
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    i just download albums from torrent sites like torrenthound etc, burn using windows media or hatever i have spare at the time
     
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    Buy a cheap pioneer car cd/mp3 stereo. They are about 60 quid new and have jack plug and usb so you can play tunes off your phone or usb stick too. Plus the adapter to connect to standard stereo wiring is 8 quid usually. My Mrs has only 6 cds in her car but on mp3 it means she has about 300 tracks of music. If it's just cd you want though windows will burn the tracks and just Google the name of the tracks you want with .mp3 after the name and you will find pretty much anything you want.
     
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    oh no wolfie .... are the roads safe mate ? :D
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    Roads will be fine, but stay off the pavements...:D
     
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    iTunes burns any track listing of MP3s to CD. It's free to download as far as I know for Mac or PC.
     
  14. lone wolf

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    ha ha mate your not wrong fella its going to be a blood bath lol!

    cheers for all your help guys she has successfully burnt of her first cd to go out today!

    gaz
     

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