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    brotherdoobie's Avatar Long live Hissyfit BT Rep: +1
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    I have used Musicmatch for most of my rip and encode duties over the years.
    I have recently decided to use EAC and Lame.

    I am so happy with the results..........Does anyone else use these programs and how do you feel about them?

    Peace brotherdoobie B)

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    I use CDEX now I had too many problem with EAC I havnt yet tryed musicmatch yet but ive heard that its very good alot of people use it

  3. Music   -   #3
    stick with EAC. I used to like musicmatch a lot cos of the speed of encoding, but when playing on Winamp they sounded fine, but on windows media player, they had a lot of artifacts in it.

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    I use EAC and lame and never had a single problem with them.RIP all my music using them and that is alot of music.

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    B) I recently came across the pinned "Guide to Making High Quality mp3 Files". Dl'd EAC and lame and tried them out. Have had no problems. Very impressed with the quality. Am rip'n all my cd's again to get the higher quality sound. VBR rocks!!

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